Today I continue my quest in creating and posting one block a day of the fabulous That Town And Country Quilt by the lovely Susan Claire. This is day one hundred of that project.

This quilt block is a corner block. A smooth patch of grass extends from the bottom right upwards tot he upper right indicating a "turn" in the quilt's path. On the patch of grass is a sign with figures on it denoting a man and a woman in a dress that indicate the direction of the restrooms presumably. The sign is on a brown stick and is yellow itself with a white triangle indicating the direction.

I love it when the signage tells you what you need to know!

As I mentioned earlier this is the place I want to keep track of. There are places where I can easily get turned around.

When I would visit my son and his family in LA we always went to the zoo. They only lived about 15 minutes away. I could get turned around so quick there.

Fortunately they have signs that look a lot like this. Of course, they have signs that tell you other things you need to find, like popcorn and primates.

When Farmhand 1 was about three we were at the Los Angeles Zoo. He was so into animals and knew a lot about them. We were watching the orangutans and there was a dad saying to his son, “Look at the monkey.”

Farmhand 1 would say, “It’s not a monkey, it’s a primate.”

This was repeated about five times from both sides until he lost patience and yelled at the dad, “IT’S A PRIMATE.”