Another scheduled post:

More on Paducah – probably all will be finished with this post.  As soon as I find out if it is ok to post photos of the quilts I will share some!

Across from the museum is the flood walls with painted murals and down a ways some benches in the shade – a good place for a break.

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The Ohio and the Tennessee River coming together.

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Are these trees down from last years flood right at the quilt show time? I don’t know.

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After a rest stop by the river it was time to visit the ice cream shop in the downtown area – a stop each time I have been there to the show – a tradition to keep up I think!  Nice cold ice cream, air conditioning – I was revived!

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On the way back to Charleston MO and the motel – a nice old skinny bridge to cross Surprised smile I do not like them!!  can’t they make a new one and much wider!

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Next time you hear from me I will be home.  I have this one scheduled to post in the afternoon around the time I get home and then I will post something the next day after I get some rest!

3 Responses to “Some of the scenery”

  1. Can’t wait to hear the “rest of the story”. Hard to believe that last year the flood wall was closed, quilt exhibits moved and the water almost to the top of the wall. For those who attended last year it was more than an eery feeling knowing that much water was just the other side of those beautifully painted barriers!!! Rest well!! Hugs, Doreen
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  2. Yes, rest up while you can. And then we’d love to see the more of Paducah.
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  3. I think that ice cream was well deserved! :) Looks like a nice place.
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