Friday, June 24, 2011

I'm baaa-aaaack! Quilt Camp was a delight in every way. Lots more about that later. Today I am focused on unpacking, laundry, grocery shopping and most importantly - playing with Daisy. I promise to return with all the delicious details and a few pictures from camp.
For now I'll just leave you with this image from the end of our trip. A most unusual ladies room.
We stopped for lunch at Subway in the desert town of Ridgecrest, California. I guess, when you gotta go . . . . you gotta go. But even after four days of sharing accommodations with five Quilt Pals, this was a little bit more intimate than any of us cared to be.
Just makes you wonder, 'What were they thinking?'

19 comments:

Carol said...

Hmmmmm, most interesting

Cathi said...

What were they thinking, indeed!

WoolenSails said...

LOL, no way;)

Debbie

Rhonda said...

Libby... I am laughing out loud here from seeing that bathroom photo.... OMG, indeed what were they thinking.

Shakerwood said...

I don't even like Dear Hubby that much let alone any of my closest girlfriends! Can't wait until you tell us about camp! Tell Daisy the boys say hi!

Me and My Stitches said...

That is hilarious! I really do want to know what they were thinking!!

sewprimitive karen said...

Geez. Weird.

Quilt Hollow said...

Interesting...no room for a wall I guess. LOL
Actually I was thinking great idea for "family" situations when you have little ones.

Diane said...

whoa!

paulette said...

OUCH!! Not going there!
P

Susie said...

HA! Yeah, right!

Dixie said...

Oh goodness, I'd have to go somewhere else, or take turns. Glad you had fun! I'll stay away from Subway in Ridgecrest!

Rita said...

What a crude bathroom. Walk in there have to go really bad and then feel totally confused because...well......NOT!

quiltmom said...

Perhaps they thought it would easy to take a child into a double toilet bathroom. It is a funny photo and made me smile.
I hope that you had a terrific time at the quilt camp. I am sure that Daisy is delighted to have you home. It will be great to see whatever you created while you were away.
Regards,
Anna

Candace said...

No way, Jose! Looks like they ran out of money when it came to the wall!
Cheers!

Quilter Kathy said...

That's a little too close for comfort I say!!
Tell us all about quilt camp!

Dawn said...

Funny!
and no sign a wall was ever there....

Linda (Petey) said...

Looks like a man's thinking! You know how they line-up at the urinal! Oh my!

QuiltingFitzy said...

They were thinking ADA Accomodations. Probably had to remove the stall wall because of required clearance requirements, for wheelchair users. If they removed the stand alone pot, they would have had to deal with capping the sewage line.

Looks silly, but I clearly remember having one baby front papoose style while my 2yo was standing in front of me...cuz I HAD TO GO while out running errands with the kidlets, lol. Extra space would have been devine!