Still working in Cheyenne.
Judging's done, quilts have been hung, and the show's about to open tomorrow morning. (Go here for more.)
A full day's appraising is done. Two more to go.
It's past midnight -- and I have at least two or three hours' work left. (sigh)
This sign was on the back door (which opens onto a grassy field) of the church where we were doing the judging:
Far be it from me to limit religious freedom!
(Thanks for the chuckle, Frontier United Methodist Church...)
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