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 Mayfield. This is day two hundred and fifty-six of that project.

This corner quilt block shows a patch of dark green fabric in the bottom right corner. The fabric is topped at the edge with bright yellow/gold stitching. There are two brown posts on the grass. Attached to each post is a chain that is holding up a white sign with the word "Private" written on it. This is all against a mysterious blu salmon-patterned background fabric.

A long private drive, a mysterious house, a reclusive resident and a chained driveway.

The person who lives here has been a mystery for decades. There is a legend that the person is a man that has been holed up in his big creaky house since he was a child. His parents were killed in an accident in the Bermuda triangle.

A loyal nurse and cook have cared for him and been his companions and teachers. All of this, of course, is speculation because NO ONE has EVER seen the occupants.

Delivery drivers are the only ones who ever go down the driveway but even they are stopped short of the house. There is an offloading area where everything is left.

Now, even I am curious who is in there.