Or maybe I should have said, "the one that got away", or perhaps "guess who's coming for dinner?"
Patti , WOW beautiful . what a sight to behold . Barbara
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
with all the rumblings about the not-so-great performance of this site, I wasn't sure what I was going to get here.
My thought, too, Kris! LOL
I'll bet someone would like to bring that home for dinner, Patti!
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
aww cute good work :). I am hoping to get my computer fixed this month or a new one depending on stuff going on around here. I have been working a ton of fill in hours ie on call. Due to losing normal client loads from the agency. So I am actually able to get more hours this way currently for awhile anyway until my normal client base gets back to 30-32 hours. So we can get caught up on bills.
I was thinking of the buck as a guest, not the dinner.
Not to say we won't eat venison, but we are glad the hunters missed him this year.
you probably don't want to hear this nancy, but the first and only time sam brought home a pair of antlers and thought i was going to eat that meat, i set him straight right quick. the meat from one of those old bucks is awful, it doesn't even make such good salami. we only eat bambi's and they are yummy.
gini in north idaho
patti, that is a beautiful buck, i hope he lives long and prospers.
This is a fantastic quilt. It would make an awesome wall hanging. I could see you doing a wonderful job translating this into a quilt.
I agree. Those big bucks with all those antlers aren't good meat for human consumption. It has a very strong wild taste and is usually on the tough side.
Beautiful picture Patti. What's the story behind it?
WOW Patti, what a beauty! And look at that amazing backdrop! Thanks for sharing.