Monthly Archives: March 2014

…. is like watching waves roll up on a beach.  The waves roll in and roll out and some go further and some are slower. An edging works up to...
This mornings walk is one of those that will stand out in my memory for a long time. The elements of rain, sun and sea combined in a way to...
The Curly Lilies are blooming at Piper’s Lagoon, out on the point, under the bare branches and between the rocks. As we started our running around this morning the skies...
Sophie has a best friend. Her name is Stella. Stella is about nine months younger than Sophie and when they first met they were pretty much the same size –...
Last night we had a family get-together at Saratoga Beach.  Beautiful! Happy Viewing Lynette                ...
I have lived above Departure Bay for about 20 years. This is the first time I have seen Orca’s in the Bay. I know that they have been here a...
This morning my husband and I went walking at Morden Colliery Park.  While on our walk we got to observe this couple also out for a stroll through the marsh....
…….It’s only 5 weeks away! Or so my husband reminded my this morning! The first weekend in May I will be heading up to Campbell River to teach at the...
I released two new patterns to Ravelry this last week! Nightshade in Amber and Winter Lace; both are from this years Retreat. They were knit with Fleece Artist Blue Faced...
A big black squirrel has taken up residence in the tall trees next door.  Sophie is extremely interested in the doings of this squirrel.  She has just spent the last...