So, of course, I had to decide what knitting projects to bring with me. The first was a no-brainer. I had lost one of my fingerless fair-isle mitts on Monday - less than a week after finishing it. Thankfully, I think I have just enough yarn left to make a replacement. I casted on right before I left and I'm almost halfway through. I'm just hoping the brown lasts.
I also brought my Seraphim Shawl, my World Champ sweater (the ruby red) and the entrelac baby blanket I'm making for a friend (who may or may not be reading this).
There is a great knit store down here called Knit Wits. It just so happens that Susan is friends with the owner! I've got at least one trip planned to the store, and I'm sure there will be more as I get paid on Monday. :D
I'm also hoping to make it out to the Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson. It looks like something right out of Pirates of the Caribbean. It'll be a day trip, and kind of expensive, but it's definitely something I want to do.
Anyway, I'm off to walk around Duvall and the surrounding areas. Looking forward to not wearing a huge goose-down, goretex coat for the first time in three weeks.
Pictures will come soon, when I get them.
Beautiful Passion Flower: