After we got done in town Stuart got out his GPS so we could find our way to the quilt shop. I had seen it several times passing in the car with Yvonne and knew that needed to be on the list of things to see. Yeah, the first quilt shop of the trip!
After our little walk there, we found that the quilt shop was closed on Mondays. Just my luck! But we had all week to get there, right? Nope, not this trip. It seems the owner was on holiday or maybe sick. It was closed every time we went by. Future shopping!
It's not a very big shop but it looked like she had some beautiful things from just looking through the window. They have quite a few quilt classes here for the local ladies.
Something I noticed almost right off the back as viewing the homes, was the decorating they do. Every home has one large or two windows and they seem to do things in pairs. Notice the two baskets of plants, and two candlesticks. I think this house caught my eye because it had a sewing machine also!
On our walk back to the condo I noticed something I had never seen before here in America. A holly berry bush. It was very pretty, so of course I had to have a picture.
For our supper that night we fixed hamburgers with all the trimmings, even down to the potatoe chips and diet coke. Maybe not a traditional dutch meal but one we can call home.
We got the XXL bag, which would be a small bag here in the states. Tasted just like chips!
So today not so much traveling around. We needed the rest as for tomorrow we have a big day in Amsterdam. Our tour guides, Yvonne, Rennie and Dove are picking us up early!