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 and sixty-three of that project.

This quilt block show a very large building, much like an airport hangar. We're looking at the building from the front. It's very tall with a brown front, and a darker brown angled roof. Beneath the sharp apex of the roof is a light sign that has written on it in bold, "CARGO." Beneath the cargo signage are two large double garage doors (or one big door with stitching down the middle) that has three big red stripes across it horizontally. All of this is set against a blue slamon-patterned background.

Here is the cargo terminal.

This is where the transition takes place from ground transport to air transport and air to ground. Some freight is shipped via passenger plane in the cargo hold.

This is a fairly common way to ship contents that are not too large. Other times freight planes are used, for example UPS or FedEX.

Then there are urgent or special shipments that require a charter to move them. That is what is needed if you order a car delivered to you by air or an elephant.

(I mean really who does that?!)