Saturday my sister-in-law and I went to the Westmoreland Berry Farm. Drivng up to the farm, this is what we saw.
Isn’t he adorable? He has his own skywalk that goes up and over the road, into a field. They called it a “Goatwalk” and you can read all about it on their website.
This fellow was wandering around too.
And there were children feedng these cuties:
But of course you know what drew my attention:
We bought fresh tomatoes, peaches, blueberries, and blackberries. The peaches and blackberries made great daiquiris!
Aren’t you impressed that I managed to make the stripes in my socks match after slugging down booze all night?
Here’s the new SIP — the Opal Inspiration. Interesting striping.
Speaking of striping, I was asked how I did get those Regia socks to match so exactly. A combination of skill and luck. I did start them at the identical spot in the yarn on each skein. But as we all know, that doesn’t always guarantee that your socks will match exactly. But in this case, they did.
I am still knitting Frogner — honest! To prove it, here’s an update photo.
I may finish the front this week. I hope so. But I’ve been feeling low-grade fever-fatigued-headachy-sore throat-crappy for days, and that does cut into the knitting time.
The weather doesn’t help. My motto this week is:
“Blah, blah blah blah, blah blah.”
I did link to the fiber festivals page, by the way, from my knitting gallery page (link in the sidebar) so you can always find it.