Congratulations to quilt designer Erin Russek, who not only answered correctly that Polly is going on a cruise to Antarctica, but was the first person to write in an answer! She will be getting a personally autographed copy of Mary Had a Little Lamb. There were some great guesses for places all over, including several countries along the Andes. I hope that Polly’s new outfit keeps her warm in Antarctica–she insisted on wearing her skirt, though! We will be going through South America and stopping in warm Santiago, Chile for a night on the way to the tip of Argentina, where we will board a ship. We’ll try to send pictures from down under, depending on internet excess. If not, see you in a few weeks!
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Congrats to Erin!
The trip sounds like fun…look forward to hearing about it! Bon voyage!
oh, my! polly is one lucky dolly.
What a fun trip! Although I think poor Polly is going to be cold, you will probably keep her close to you and that will help…..haha! She is such a cute doll! Hope you have a WONDERFUL trip!!! Look forward to THESE pictures!!
What a wonderful trip – can’t wait to see the pictures! Hope Polly has a good time, too.
What fun!!! I hope Polly and you have a fantastic time…I know you will come home with many new inspirations…how exciting!!!I can’t get over how much I love your Polly doll and her cute clothing!
No way! Antartica! How awesome!!!
Wow! How fun! So glad I ordered from you on Etsy yesterday! And see it’s on it’s way now:) God Speed! But slow it down for your enjoyment:-)
A perfect place to go this time of year! Don’t forget your own warm woolies!! Enjoy 🙂 Wendy
Oh how wonderful, it will be summer in Chile :0)…I was there two years ago during our winter, their summer……delightful, what a beautiful place, I hope you get to see the volcano’s!
You know what is really weird, you can stand on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and be in Eastern standard time zone.
I can’t wait to see Polly’s adventures……safe travels, enjoy every minute!
Fantastic! I’ve been to Antarctica, and it was one of the best experiences of my life. I’m always so glad to hear another person is going! I’m sure you’ve had plenty of advice, but if you have any questions, please let me know. I’m so excited for you! (And Polly!)