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Our First Trip to Paduka, Ky and AQS Quilt Show

Before the Wacky Women, before the Wacky Pac, there were the "Sewing Sisters". The time was around 1999. Please correct me if I am wrong. We are standing in front of Hancocks. Patty, Kathy, and Molly made the trip with a lady whose partner got sick and she could not drive herself. We took the opportunity to go with a tour guide as she had been before and knew the ins and outs. We stayed with a lovely couple who rent the extra rooms in their home during the Quilt Show and give the money to their church. We really had a great time. There were a few "incidents", but on the whole, it was a fun trip. BUT, from now on we will only load up with the WackyPac.


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