This is what the highway looked like at approximately 12:40 on Friday afternoon. Fairly typical.
HAGERSTOWN, MD - Thousands of motorcycles roared through Western Maryland Friday, honoring the lives lost in the terrorist attacks on September 11th.
The 10th annual America's 9/11 Ride started early Friday morning in Somerset, Pennsylvania, and the riders are expected to reach Arlington Friday evening.
The motorcyclists took a break at Hagerstown's Premium Outlets around noon. They traveled from Shanksville, where United Flight 93 crashed on September 11th. A memorial ceremony was held in Shanksville Thursday night.
The riders will be heading to the Pentagon next. From there, they'll travel to New York and make a final stop at Ground Zero.
It was an awesome sight.
Back home, I got Fiona humming again, and this is what we produced, some before dinner and some after.
|The same idea will work for 2 swaps/exchanges, so why not make 2 at one time. Leftover fabric was already on the sewing table from Spools quilt.|
|Bee blocks, will be headed to Portugal!|
|Hmmmm....three little gifties!|
|A flower for a friend. And because my computer takes forEVER to upload pics to blogger, I've nearly finished a second flower while writing this post.|
So what did YOU get accomplished for FNSI?
Counting my blessings......Sunny