My post is a bit late because we took a little whirlwind trip over the mountains to see our Grandys!
We had an action packed weekend, which included my husband helping my son-in-law tear down a dropped ceiling in their little house and then dry walling a new one! The girls found this to be fascinating.
On our way home we stopped to see the mighty Snoqualmie Falls and to get coffee for the last leg of our trip home. The Falls are raging right now due to the warm temperatures in our mountains and the continual melting of what little snow we do get as it is usually followed up with a wet warm storm afterwards. Majestic!
(Note: I got brave this weekend and began shooting with my new camera on the manual setting vs. the automatic settings. My pictures are not the best here as there appears to be a steep learning curve for this!)
In knitting news, I have been switching back and forth between my two main projects, Rainbow Mitts and January Blues Frisson. I photographed these outside at my daughter's house this morning. It was a cold foggy morning and I was trying to capture the starkness of winter where she lives. In the picture of my Frisson hanging from the branch, the trees in the background are apple trees, part of an orchard next door to their property.
Both projects are progressing nicely and I am hoping to finish the mitts tonight.
Since that is all the knitting news, I am going close with snaps of my little beauties, Lyddie age 5, Millie age 3, and Rosie age 18 months.
I will be around to visit the rest of my yop friends throughout the week!