Last week we went camping in a remote camp site in a national forest in central Oregon with DH's brother and our SIL. This is the first time we have camped with them. They have had a truck camper for years and we just got ours last year (partly due to his influence). Our camper is on the left and their's is on the right.
This is a picture of us following them down the road. The weather has been beautiful! Usually it's in the 40s at night and 70s or lower 80s during the day.
My SIL asked me if I wanted to pick some fabrics out of the chest full of fabrics that used to be her mother's. What a question! Below is my loot! I have quite a few large pieces that I will be able to use for backings and a lot of variety. My SIL's mother made lots and lots of quilts - all by hand piecing and hand quilting. They were all scrap quilts. What a heritage!
We're thinking about our friends in Texas and definitely feeling sorry for you having to suffer in that heat, but glad we're not there!