The first round of the modern she made swap is winding down.
and some little extras that I sent along with it. A little cathedral window pincushion, some fat quarters of Birch Fabrics Mod Basics, notecards, and some goodies from my neck of the woods.
- The Idaho Spud, which is actually a candy bar made with milk chocolate marshmallow in the middle, and covered with dark chocolate and rolled in coconut. They're local and pretty popular here. Some people like them, some don't. I'm not a fan of marshmallow or coconut, so they're not my favorite. My mother-in-law actually buys gift boxes of them and sends them to family members who aren't local for Christmas. I thought my partner might like to try one!
- Huckleberry pretzels, and huckleberry chocolates. If you've never tried huckleberries, you are missing out! They're kind of like a blueberry, but smaller and much more delicious. They grow in the mountains above 5000 feet in several western states.
My sister-in-law has a secret spot up in the mountains that we go pick every year around the end of August. We drive four-wheelers in and everyone picks all day. We bring them home, wash them up, and put them in freezer bags and