Detail from "Rain Dance," an original quilt by Sherrie Spangler

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Feet and Forks adventures

Oh, my! 
The ladies 
of the Feet and Forks walking group trekked through Bremerton this week and came across this sign in an antique store. Bremerton is a Navy town, but still, we

The Feet and Forks
First we walk, then we eat

This week, we drove to Port Orchard and took a little foot ferry (that means no cars) to Bremerton for $2. Once there, we walked over a couple of bridges, through a park, along the downtown streets and -- surprise -- ended at a restaurant where we had

We don't know what's being made in this project, but it was interesting to watch from the middle of a bridge. Below is a view of the snow-capped Olympic Mountains from another bridge.

And here are a few of the many
cool sculptures
 sprinkled throughout town:

To keep this quilt-related, here are two little fabric and bead collages I made using mostly fabric that I painted. I'll be doing more of these colorful pieces as we burrow deeper into the gray winter.
Have a colorful day!

1 comment:

Ladybug said...

Re: the building project near the bridge - I believe it may be part of the work being done to replace the very old Manette Bridge which connects "West" Bremerton (where the ferry terminal & downtown area is) and "East" Bremerton. Great photos!