I woke up to this Saturday.
There are a couple trash barrels inside the area, but I wait until I cross back over the bridge. Unless it's an especially fragrant poo on a hot day or so frigid that my hands are at risk out of my pockets in the cold. Both of which have occurred.
As the storm started to break up a bit, the clouds were kind of pretty. I liked the lights play in the clouds as I passed this little copse of trees.
And this scene as the storm started to lift up off the mountain.
Before we were done the sky even started to clear up though you can see the edge of the storm to the south here and the blue sky to the north as I looked back west the way we had come from, waiting of the old girl to catch it up.
The Blue skies were not supposed to last either as we are to get a little bit more snow tonight as the temperature begins to drop. Tomorrow's high is supposed to be a whole whopping 3 degrees. That's why I have the boots on the dryer tonight drying out from todays dog walks. They won't be much good to me wet and cold tomorrow.
As I got done snapping the picture of Shiela slowly catching up, I turned and saw this one winging it's way towards us.
I have three single ply's sitting there resting before the plying step. I am hopeful to see how that turns out. It will be a bigger gauge yarn than I normally do. It's a New Zealand hybrid wool of Merino and Correidale cross breeding. And though it is a wonderful yarn, this has been fun to work on the last two days.
It is a Tencel Merino mix from Huckleberry Knits. Yes, another one from her. What can I say, I love her stuff.
This is going to be a lace weight 2 ply when I am done. Once again, her dye work amazes me. It is just gorgeous and has such a luster from the tencel in it.
Anyway, I need to go feed the Guy some dinner here. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend.
And Good Night,