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 eighty-two of that project.

This quilt block shows a large just about square building. The main building material is a single large duotone polka dotted fabric (the dots being scattered and random). There are many smaller square windows outlined with an orange fabric, while inside they are a solid brown. They're each outlined by stitching. There is a light fixture above the middle door drawn in pen. The door is in the middle and is also outlined in an orange fabric. There are two signs, each detailed and colorful. On the left is a blue, black, and white sign with mountains on it and thew words, "Never Summer Brewing Co," and on the right is a colorful sign that has two recycle like arrows on it and the words, "New 2 U." It's a consignment store.
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This is another old building in Granby.

When I was a little girl it was a bowling alley. My grandparents went there and bowled in leagues several times a week. They also went there to play poker and pinochle.

Upstairs was a 3.2 beer joint called The Upstairs. The bowling alley closed in the late seventies. Sonny and Ruthie Samuelson were the owners.

After that Cindy Samuelson opened a feed store there and I bought feed for many years from her.

A few years ago the building was divided and a children’s consignment store went in on the west side.

I have bought a lot of clothes for my grandchildren there.

On the east side is Never Summer Brewery. I have had a couple very nice pints there with friends.