Monthly Archives: April 2013

Wildflowers at Pipers

Buttercups and white  rock flowers and swaths of “Purple Stars“!  These are what I found a Piper’s Lagoon on Sunday morning. Sunday morning was a gift, an unexpected pleasure as we woke to clear skies and glorious sunshine.  It was supposed … Continue reading

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A Special Order

My father doesn’t ask for much.  So when he does ask, I try to accommodate.  This time the request was a little out of the ordinary! His turtles – ancient deck decorations – needed new hats.  The straw hats that … Continue reading

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Betwixt and Between

  That was our walk today.  Betwixt and between the rain showers. Today, we walked through Bowen Park and the Hailey Rhododendron Grove.  I hadn’t been there in a few weeks and really wanted to see how close the Grove … Continue reading

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Expansion – Explosion

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STASH

Stash – for knitters – this is the collection of yarns that the stashee has fallen in love with and stashed for a future project.  For some this becomes a SABLE – Stash above and beyond life expectancy. Dorothy, a friend … Continue reading

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And Miles to Knit

……Before I finish! I have written about edgings before.  They are the finish that turns a shawl into a work of art – or the start that lets the “look”!  They also can take as long or longer than the … Continue reading

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Spring Fling – Trilliums and Foliage – Beach Estates Park

The ravine that is Beach Estates Park was alive with birdsong as we walked down the trail towards the water.  The stream was gurgling and burbling as it moved beside us, tumbling towards the falls and the bottom of the … Continue reading

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