I hope that everyone was blessed with an amazing spring day like the one we had here in the Carolinas. 75 degrees and spring sunshine.
It was also a perfect day because it was the Piedmont Heritage Sampler Guild's second annual road trip. This year's destination was Salisbury. This is a small very important historical town north of Charlotte.
Our first stop was at Spring Robin, a lovely needlework shop.
Here's some of the action...
Carol from Threads of Gold brought some of these wonderful antiques for us to see.
So having shopped we went around the corner and had lunch at the Sidewalk Deli. We were able to eat outside and enjoy the lovely weather.
Then we walked 2 blocks over to the Hall House.
I have posted about this house before. It was a girl's school in the 1820's to 30's before the Hall's bought the property.
Here's the group trying to get organized for a pic.
Here's me and everyone else. Our sweet tour guide was challenged with the camera.
It was a wonderful day out and was perfect.
Now I am home and stitching.
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