Three weeks ago I visited the Peach Truck. If you're not from GA, TN, IN, PA and a couple other states you may not have heard of the Peach Truck. You can find the story online, but long story short I went to a local stop for the Peach (semi) Truck during their 2016 Peach Tour. I purchased 50 pounds of yummy, sweet, ripe peaches. They are now all gone. I'm a little embarrassed to say I ate most of them a few a day. I did however make one delicious cobbler and one tasty batch of peach salsa. I had intended to can most of them, but Mom's pressure cooker needed replacement parts. The rubber had dry rotted over time. I'm surprised she got as many years out of the cooker that she did. Well, the replacement parts have arrived and the Peach Truck will be back this week. Here's to hopefully canning most of those peaches.
|It is advisable to clear your quilting table before going to bed |
unless you want your cat to use your pin keep for a soccer ball.
|Did the thread get to play soccer too?|
|I wish I could say I made this mistake only once.|
|Setting up strip sets for sewing.|
|Scissors made a great bookmark to keep me straight.|
|40 chain blocks|