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    Enjoying the view

    Watching the deer outside my sewing room window.

    I wonder if it is the quilt police.
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    How lovely
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    What a lovely view! Thanks for sharing.

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    Not sure if the deer are the quilt police. They may be looking for a quilt of their own for the cold nights in winter! You have a lovely view from your sewing machine!
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    I am so envious of your beautiful view. I would spend far more time in my quilting room if I could look outside and see such a peaceful scene.

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    Beautiful view, my new sewing has a great window but sitting at my machine I can only see the treetops. Backyard that I face is a downhill yard. If I stand I can see all over.
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    Beautiful Mother Nature. Thanks for sharing.

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    very nice but where is Wallance Mi I live in Lapeer so where are you located up north???

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    what an awesome view
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    It is in the Upper Peninsula. It is 15 miles north of Menominee if you know where that is. Near the Wisconsin border.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mundy View Post
    very nice but where is Wallance Mi I live in Lapeer so where are you located up north???

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    skowron5 ~ my husband use to go deer hunting near Menominee it sure is beautiful up there ~ we live in Adrian, MI in the very bottom of the lower part of Michigan.

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    We are from Jackson. We moved up here 17 years ago. I know Adrian well.

    Quote Originally Posted by J Carol View Post
    skowron5 ~ my husband use to go deer hunting near Menominee it sure is beautiful up there ~ we live in Adrian, MI in the very bottom of the lower part of Michigan.

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    If its the quilt police, it is a really clever disguise. Beautiful view.

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    Oh lucky you!! We use to have moose in our back and front yard when we lived in Anchorage, Alaska. I miss them still!!
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    Beautiful view, I sometimes don't get much sewing done while watching the wonderf antics of some of our deer and other animals around here. You would not believe what I just did!!!! I dropped the mouse to this computer and it went directly into a full cup of coffee. What are the odds. Hope I can dry it out and still use it. I took it apart and am trying to dry it now with the hair dryer. lol. Nobody else could be such a dork

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    I love it but I, myself spend as much time daydreaming at the scenery. A friend suggested I move my table facing a wall, no fun at all.

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    what a wonderful view to sew by.

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    So cool enjoy, and just like the deer dream of spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skowron5 View Post
    Watching the deer outside my sewing room window.

    I wonder if it is the quilt police.
    What a view. Lovely.

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    Love your view with all those windows and the added attraction of the wildlife.

    I have to show you what was outside my window yesterday.

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    It was wonderful. Four male turkeys and six deer. I called it turkey deerner day!

    Thanks for sharing.
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    God's an awesome creator! He blessed us with a lot of beauty if we just open our eyes & look around. You have a great vantage point to enjoy your little piece of it. Love to watch the animals play.
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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    What a perfect work spot! I probably wouldn't get much done 'cause I'd have to be looking all the time!
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    very very nice - your sewing area is perfect - ....I envy you!

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    That is beautiful. I don't know why our turkeys moved on. The best part is you don't have all the snow. We got 3 more inches last night. Better than the 8 they said we were going to get.
    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting View Post
    Love your view with all those windows and the added attraction of the wildlife.

    I have to show you what was outside my window yesterday.

    Name:  2013 turkey deerner 004.JPG
Views: 115
Size:  204.9 KB

    It was wonderful. Four male turkeys and six deer. I called it turkey deerner day!

    Thanks for sharing.
    peace

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    We had three deer in our back yard Sat, but our view is not as pretty as yours

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