Wednesday Sky…on a Saturday

I have been so very bad with my Saturday Sky posts (or lack thereof) – I’m shocked that Sandy doesn’t boot me right off the list! Wait, no I’m not, she’s so nice there’s no way she’d give me the boot, which makes me feel more guilty about not posting a sky pic over the past few weeks…

Anyway, here’s my sky:


See that wee little window? That’s where I lived when RR and I met ;o)

We’ve been having some amazing sunsets these past few weeks – not every night, just here and there, but that’s enough to make me happy :o)

Oh, and go check out how this blogger feels about comments (found through this blogger). I totally agree with her, I’d roll around in ya’ll-all’s (that’s ya’ll – plural. I told you some of my family is from West Virginia, didn’t I?) comments if I could. I appreciate every single one of them – and when I have a post that only gets a few it sends me into a two-day-long trip of self-doubt (okay maybe not two days, but it does make me wonder what I said…or didn’t say…ya know?)

Have a great weekend, ya’ll! ;o)

Saturday…well, maybe there was a sky up there somewhere…

…as you can tell by the picture, my drive to the Twist was fan-f*cking-tastic.

Thankfully, it got better for the ride home – and the Twist itself was small, yet nice :o) Photos and more details tomorrow – in the meantime, I’m casting on for Ene’s Scarf (from Scarf Style) and trying to remember how to count to 375…

What a weekend…

I hope everyone had a good Columbus Day weekend :o)

We were pretty busy this weekend – on Saturday, Cynthia came up for a visit and (after she got lost on her way to my house…) we went to the Berkshire Botanical Garden’s Harvest Festival and spun at Hancock Shaker Village (which was very cool).

First, the Harvest Fest – we didn’t take any pictures, because who wants to see pictures of a bunch of tourists? Right? ;o) We parked two counties away and walked through quickly – I was looking for some fiber but unfortunately found none :o( We had lunch and then got the hell outta there as it was getting more and more crowded…

Then, there was the spinning at Hancock Shaker Village – where I did take pictures. There was only one other spinner besides us, and because I have a horrible memory I can’t remember her name to save my life….

Anyway, pictures:

How’s this for a Saturday Sky?

It was a very good day :o)

Up next…Vermont on Columbus Day and perhaps some knitting…

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