Adaminaby, NSW, October 2021

For the past three months, because of COVID-19 related lockdowns in either (or both) the ACT and NSW, we have been unable to travel to our holiday home in Adaminaby. Last Friday, we were able to travel there and mow the (overgrown) grass and attend to some home maintenance issues.

Each morning on Saturday, Sunday and Monday I set out on my favourite 11km (return) walk along the Yaouk Road. The photographs below were taken at the beginning of two of the walks, when the sun was just peeping over the hills.

I was pleased to be back: I have missed the town and these walks.

My second lockdown quilt

A quilting project I rescued from the Adaminaby Op Shop months ago, before lockdown. The person who started it had completed 13 diamonds and quite a few four piece strips. Over the past two months with lots of trial and error, I have made this quilt. The only additional fabric I bought was the backing.

A close up showing the backing.