A place for me to share photos, trips and projects with my friends, mostly about knitting,kayaking, and quilting.

Friday, August 17, 2007

More Summer Fun

OK, the accident wasn't fun. But traveling with Karol and Don was. Once we had their new boats, we headed north from Denver to Ft. Collins, where we traveled into Wyoming via the Cache la Poudre River Canyon.

And Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho. This is Paul from Chattanooga (who met us in Idaho) demonstrating that it was windy.

We saw lots of wildlife on the road trip, including Pronghorn and Elk.

We went to Shoshone Falls, near Twin Fall, ID (here are David and Karol).

I didn't take pictures on the actual river trip, where we saw Bighorn Sheep, Bear, Otter, and countless birds. But this is Stanley, Idaho, our last town before heading to the Middle Fork.

I have about a gazillion projects in my head or on the needles right now. Unfortunately, my little camera isn't working right now (hmmmm, what's up with that?), so no current photos. One of the projects, though, is this vest from Folk Vests:

And I got this lovely new knitting bag from Maggie Porter just before the annual 127 Yard Sale.

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At 8:27 PM, Blogger Kari said...

Neat pictures of your trip! And i like the design in the vest. And cool new knitting bag. :-)

At 12:37 PM, Blogger Terri said...

127 Yard Sale. Hmmmm... Is that the world's longest yard sale by any chance? Are you going?

At 5:48 PM, Blogger Sandra D. said...

Yes indeedy, that would be the world's longest yard sale. And NO, not going. We do our best to get outta town! See, US 127 is virtually our only way into the city, and for the duration of the yard sale, it's a real cluster (*#&$! People shopping as they drive, walking in the highway (which in my part of the world is 2 lanes and 55 mps), coming to a screeching stop because they see something they want to look at, blah, blah, blah. Yep, we get outta town! It's over for another year - yaaaaay!!


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