Friday, March 7, 2014

Scenes From The Trail


We started on the back porch, but quickly got too hot and had to move to a shade tree.  Seriously. 


Our "camp".


The kids made a snow sheep and stayed busy with that most of the afternoon so I was able to get six rows of knitting done.




Why, yes, it does look like a big fat possum is sitting on my knitting.  Eli.


Apparently sleeping in a heated cat condo and getting up only to walk two steps to your food bowl all winter isn't a great fitness program.  Who knew...


Probably the last snow shot for this year's Iknitarod...although we might get lucky and get a little snow next week.  I'll take it!

Would like to get four more rows added tonight, but I might have to take my eight hour layover.  The late nights are adding up and my thumb is a little sore.


10 comments:

Alice said...

Eli is your portable leg warmer!!!
The shawl is progressing beautifully ! You deserve an 8 hour break :-)

Christine said...

You are a nut. The snow sheep shot is freakin' hilarious.

Andee said...

Too hot??? Sheep snowmen??? I need to move to Kentucky.

Far Side of Fifty said...

I thought it looked more like a snow cat..but then you should know a sheep from a cat! It is cute...I needed a smile tonight..Thanks Sara. We might get to 40 on Sunday..I suppose the wind will blow and be really cold...but I'll take it!
Your project is moving right along. I will send snow you way if I see any:)

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

A snow sheep, what a hoot. Too warm in the sun, have to think hard about that and how it would feel :)
28 this AM and 'they' say 57 by this afternoon but then the cold move back in. I am still amazed at how White that wool is. Fantastic.

Miha Giustina said...

Funny pics!:-)

Maureen said...

Love the snow-sheep! Such idyllic photos.

Take care of that thumb and enjoy your layover!

Tombstone Livestock said...

Love the snow sheep ... but where's 20, in the house staying warm?


Think I'll have to find a companion for 44.

Stacey at Fearn Abbey Needleworks said...

Popping by to say HI. I so enjoy all your posts and the exciting things happening! Including the snow sheep. I have to admit: I'm a Graham fan. :-)

I need orange said...

Love "the kids" and their snow sheep..... :-)

If you need some snow, I think we've got about 'leventy million tons. I'd be glad to send you some.

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