I do a fair amount of traveling throughout New England, but most of it is work related. I live in an area rich in fiber festivals and events. Last year I was a vendor at almost twenty events, all but one of them in either New England or New York. Don't get me wrong. I love hitting the road with a truck filled to capacity with fiber, but every once in a while it's nice to travel light with just my personal knitting.
I had a small window of opportunity to visit a dear friend in Maine and had been planning a long weekend getaway.
The weather cooperated, and I was gone.
Gone to a small coastal fishing village near the Canadian border.
It's nice to escape every once in a while.
Lingering over a late breakfast with knitting in tow.
Plenty of time for late night chats and a couple of beers.
Plenty of time for knitting. I worked on several projects and finished this one. Another Scrunchie Hat.
This Scrunchie is for me.
Made with leftovers of Edna - Slate, Dijon, From The Bog.
Change of scenery and time with a friend - just what I needed. I would have loved to stay longer.
The time passed all too quickly, but I came back rested, refreshed and ready to get back to work.