|Country Path Quilt Block|
Walking Wednesdays is a new weekly feature of my blog, focusing on my walks and the sites that I see along the way throughout the week. Of course, I will tie each walking adventure into a quilt block!
This week I enjoyed walking at my friend Peggy's home after Bible study there. She lives on 35 acres out in the country with a LONG driveway. I walked up and down this country path, enjoying the views.
I loved seeing her neighbor's cows across the fence
and the wild flowers at my feet, including Black-Eyed Susan
Prairie Coneflower - also known as Mexican Hat
The flower head resembles the traditional hat worn during Mexican fiestas.
Musk Thistle - really prickly!
and Common Yarrow
Check out all my Walking Wednesdays posts here.
You might also enjoy reading my previous blog post here.