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THE SUNDAY DRIVE

  1. I will start of by telling you my blog is about Basketry and Chair Caning, however my life decades ago was that of an Old Order Mennonite (drove horse and buggy) I learned so much along the way, that what started out as Basketry & Chair Caning has also become Cooking/Canning/Gardening/Art.

    Now the post "THE SUNDAY DRIVE" brought back those memories of the lazy Sunday afternoons in the 1960's when you would just drive to see where country roads lead to.

    THE SUNDAY DRIVE this time takes us the a Conservative Mennonite farm in rural western Va, in the Shenandoah Valley pictures of such pastoral beauty that it is calming to the mind and senses and I just wanted to share the moment with all of you.

    The blog I need help with is hbs1991.wordpress.com.

  2. You have an amazing array of useful skills, and I enjoyed reading and looking at the lovely photos. You didn't provide a link to the article, so here it is:
    https://hbs1991.wordpress.com/2011/06/01/the-sunday-drive/

  3. Thank you Mikey, I am glad that you liked the post, I was Old Order Mennonite years ago, learned to do so many things back then as well as since. I try to make use of most everything that I have learned. Thanks Again.

    Mitchell,
    Ps. I wish I could learn to post the link to the post I am talking about, many thanks for posting it for me Mikey.

  4. To create a link, all you need to do is go to the article (or anywhere), select the address from the top area of your browser, copy it (alt-c in Windows, command-c on a Mac), then paste it here (alt-v or command-v) - like this one to your newest article:
    https://hbs1991.wordpress.com/2011/06/02/hot-fudge-saucecan-freeze/

    Much easier than caning a chair.

  5. What a lovely blog - it's kind of all over the place but it's every place I like!

  6. Thank you pgbarnes, I asked my subscribers and readers if they would rather see two blogs, one cooking /Mennonite Life and one Basket/Caning, and 95% let me know that NO they wanted it all left together, they liked the diversity of the blog, something for everyone. I am glad that you liked it.

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