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Blogtober it’s the 17th


I didn’t have a chance to post earlier because I have been visiting with my youngest daughters at her place this weekend. I left Friday and had a great time with her. 

We went to the farmers market there in Stillwater 


Not a very big market but the vendors there were very nice. Had a good variety of veggies and fruits. Couple of bakery’s and fresh meat. 

We then went and had breakfast, afterward we went to the library for a book sale. 




I found a couple books for myself and quite a few on the Civil War for “the man of the place”

He is a big history buff on the Civil War. 


While in Stillwater had to go to the OSU Gardens. 


Been a couple years since I’ve been to the gardens. They have done a lot of changes and all so beautiful.
I just love going there. I get so inspired each time.
they film a weekly garden show there on PBS but you can see them also on YouTube. Oklahoma Gardening is what to look for. 

Here are just a few pictures 

















There was also yard art. These pieces made from dinnerware 

 

I did finish the mitts  




Both my daughter and hubby want these so I have started another pair 



This evening I started working on another set of mug rugs  



Well that's all for today
till tomorrow 
Kat

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