I woke up this morning and saw that the sunshine was still with us. The wind hadn't started yet, and I knew I had one more nice day to walk the dogs. The below-freezing temp meant the road would be easy to walk on. The rains last week left us snow free for several days, but the slush was just about impossible to navigate.
Pink Panther Clerk (who just suffered a dog bite: "You said your dog does not bite." Peter Sellers: "That is not my dog."
That is not my dog.
These however are my dogs and they are nearly beside themselves, trying to be outside dogs when the temps say - stay inside. It's still below freezing. Peterson Mountain looked so pretty this morning. As I type this tonight, a bank of storm clouds is crossing with tomorrow's storm. But for this morning, it was very pretty.
stein sock form! I bought a pair of cedar sock forms last year from Carolina Homespun and was terribly disappointed a couple of pairs ago to pull one form out in two pieces. The wood is discolored along the site of the split which indicates to me that it was flawed. Today I stapled it together, though I don't know how long it will hold.
I finished DIL Missy's socks after my walk this morning. The kids are down from Oregon this weekend and are going to stop by here for a while in the morning - last stop on the way back home. Missy is still knitting and has some projects she wants help with, and grandson Logan is excited to spend some time with Grandpa on his newly begun stamp collection. I hope Missy and I will have time for a purl lesson. She knits up a storm though she has never learned to purl. But boy does she have that knit stitch down!
And the disaster warp is sleyed.
A day from door to door
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