The cottage is very comfortable and the owner had lit a fire for us so yesterday evening we settled down to watch TV with the fire burning brightly. This evening John lit the fire and we are planning on starting the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle that we bought with us.
I bought some stitching with me. I had originally planned to bring the Luna Lapin book and the felt to make the rabbit but in the end I decided to bring my grandmother's garden quilt and the Bag Ladies that I haven't yet completed.
Last night I sat and did some stitching on Buelah. I stitched her lanyard for her scissors and just had to attach the little scissors to see how they'd look. I stitched her legs and then took ages to sort out which thread I'd been using for her hair. I hope to finish her hair tonight.
This morning I attached some more blocks to the Grandmother's garden quilt. I've now added 17 of the 30 blocks. I hope to get this row finished by the end of March.
This afternoon we took Scamp for a walk over the fells. The weather is cold here so we all needed our warm coats including Scamp.
Scamp really enjoyed all the new sniffs. The viaduct carries the Settle Carlisle railway
Underfoot the ground was very boggy.There is limited soil over rock and with the rain and snow recently there is a lot of water about. Scamp was occasionally walking with the water well over his knees. He just kept on walking and his tail never stopped wagging whilst walking.
There are a few cottages in the landscape and dry stone walls, and not many trees. It feels huge. Scamp really enjoyed the walk but was very dirty. Once home I had to wash his legs and paws
He is now curled up, fast asleep. Walking through the mud has really worn him out.
Dinner is cooking and smells delicious, the fire is burning brightly, Scamp is snoring quietly and I'm about to do some more stitching. I'm linking this post with Kathy from Kathy's Quilts for her Slow Sunday Stitching Go and check out what everyone has been working on.
Tomorrow we're off to Ingleton and possible follow the waterfall walk to visit the 6 waterfalls. Richard wants to try taking some good photos of the falls. We may also walk up Ingleborough. We have no set plans, we'll go with what we decide we want to do tomorrow.