The kid and I took a trip to visit my sister in Moscow, Idaho last week.
This photo sums up what traveling with a preschooler is like:
Full of comedy and tragedy:
We drove all over Northern Idaho and Washington. Saw a lot of wheat. Took a bunch of train photos:
This one did not turn out exactly as planned, but I know the photographer would protest if I did not include it:
The sweetest thing happened at Prospectors Days in Republic, Washington. My kid got to hold a five-day-old kid:
We got to do some fun stuff. It rained a bit, but at least it wasn't hot. It took two days to recover from the trip.
On the knitting front, I have some f.o.'s I haven't blogged about, and am working on a pooling stole.
I got back all excited about spinning for some reason. I think because the only reading I did was from the most recent Spin-Off. Yesterday I washed some Jacob fleece and finished up spinning my first Shetland which was also my first 3-ply.
Preschool summer camp starts tomorrow and I am looking forward to a summer with no school meetings conflicting with my knit night.