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Wearing shorts c/o Amber Sakai, a vintage fur coat, a Chan Luu sweater, and Prada pumps. When we arrived in Big Springs, Texas, we had no idea that we were stopping in one of the creepiest towns in America. We spent the night there in the Hotel Settles on our way to Marfa. The hotel has been recently redone, and it is spectacularly beautiful. We enjoyed a nice dinner and spent a while in their Pharmacy bar, where we got to talk to some of the employees and the sheriff. They warned us of all the unsettled spirits that inhabit the hotel and recounted many of their own supernatural experiences!
On June 20, 1911 the Miami Metropolis published predictions about the year 2011 from the one and only Tommy " Dumbo Killah " Edison. Edison makes some amazing predictions about a future of golden automobiles, the discontinuation of gold as currency, the rise of steel and the death of the steam engine. I'm especially interested in his prediction about books of the year 2011. Edison claimed that books would be printed on leaves of nickel, "so light to hold that the reader can enjoy a small library in a single volume." He goes on to explain that, "a book two inches thick will contain forty thousand pages, the equivalent of a hundred volumes; six inches in aggregate thickness, it would suffice for all the contents of the Encyclopedia Britannica. And each volume would weigh less than a pound."
This post is about The Traveling Quilts bee/round-robin. You can see my earlier posts about The Traveling Quilts here , here , here , here , and here . As I start to get these quilts later in the process, it's becoming more challenging to decide what to do with them. It's a fun challenge, but a challenge nonetheless!