Alpaca/and handspun wool woven cowl on the loomiceResistance shawl that I knit for my daughter/ I'm hoping to borrow it...Sidie Hollowalpaca woven twill cowl with Jul closure
The golden light of fall along the Mississippi River.
So, picture this; it is my anniversary weekend and I managed to talk my husband into going with me on the Sheep and Fiber Farm Tour going on in Minnesota last weekend. Whoo ho, what a guy! My main desire was to see the Faribault Woolen Mill that was giving tours. Our tour guide was [...]
October has given us many sweet days of golden light. Recently I spent a lovely day at my friend Carole's house admiring and "helping" with a stone mosaic that she is building for her new sauna by their pond.Carole's Lake Superior stone mosaic
What can be said about our recent trip to Grand Marais MN, but...cold water, fog, great donuts, kayaking, North House Folk School, carving class, waterfalls, beach stone collecting, stone skipping, Angry Trout Cafe(yum), hanging with my kid and hubby, and just plain relaxing.Temperance RiverArtist's Point lighthouse
About a month ago my husband and I ditched the kid and took a birthday trip (his) to Galena, Ill. We stayed at a B & B; Abe’s Spring Street Guest House, a beautifully renovated icehouse, built in 1876, for a predominent Galena brewery, located adjacently, which now is home to Stone House Pottery & [...]
Can't believe it is mid April as I look out the window and see it snowing as if it could be January. It's a good thing that there are days, like our 2nd Monday weavers gathering that help maintain a sense of joy and dare I say; sanity. This month Elin and Bob showed off the [...]
beautiful fall day for kayaking first kayaking with Molly. Let's just say it was interesting.she loves the water.imagine my horror when I picked this up and found out it was plastic...so wrong!
the last of the peoniesJust wanted to post some pics of the last of my peonies taken at the gathering at my house mid June.
Westminster AbbeyPalace guard/ Hard to take these guys seriously in those hatsTower of LondonStonehengeCathedral in BathRoman baths; oddly enough in Bath, EnglandStonehengeKensington Palace GardensBig Ben/ Our hotel was just across the Westminster bridge from thisMy family recently returned from a fast paced, wonderful week in London, filled with palaces, abbeys, cathedrals, fish and chips, cute [...]