The weather was the pits this spring and between the rain and camping with the Pathfinders/Rangers I didn't get my garden in. I really wish had made the time. Aunt Eleanor loaded us up with Swiss Chard, beets, cucumbers and peppers. It was so wonderful! She also parted with 2 small cherry trees that I plan to plant next weekend! So lucky!
|Mister Man and B|
Mister man not only got to pet the tractors, he got to ride around the yard and in a combine too!
|Uncle Warren and Mister Man|
I'll be going to back to the farm in the next few weeks to pick crabapples. I'm running out of jelly and I think every 2 years would be just about right for putting up some more. This year the trees are loaded and look great! I can't wait!
I love going just as the weather is cooling and the hint of fall is in the air... but right now, I'm not ready for summer to be over!
I still have so much knitting to do! I worked this weekend on my toy Lamb by Susan B. Anderson. I've got all the lamb bits finished. If I get in an evening of sewing up, he'll be done. I also worked on the last Wallaby. When I finish I'll post about the 3 I completed this summer. And I'm knitting a hat for my LYS, the Golden Willow. It's really simple car knitting. I think I'll be done in the next few days.
After I get those three off the needles I can go back to Uke-Mochi. I hit a knitting snag on Friday and put it down until I have a chance to plot the solution. I'm also hoping to grope new yarn today (it didn't come in on Friday). I'm so over the top with that stuff!