Morrisburg to St. Peter Provincial Park

Posted on Mar 4, 2018 in Our Trek Across Canada 2017 | 0 comments

Our Journey Begins. The first leg of our journey begins. As of the beginning of May we were officially homeless. What a strange feeling. One moment you feel weightless as there is no responsibility hanging over your head and the next there is this deep fear of not having a roof over you head. All familiarity is lost. Campsites don’t open until the weekend before the the long weekend in May so we booked a couple of weeks at the Macintosh Inn in Morrisburg. We drove our...

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Our Trek Across Canada 2017

Posted on Feb 19, 2018 in Our Trek Across Canada 2017 | 2 comments

Our Trek Across Canada 2017 As you may already know, Don and I sold our hobby farm in January of 2017.  It was a huge decision. Life unfortunately was catching up to us. The land mass was too large for us to continue to maintain and winters were taxing. With Don already retired and me approaching retirement in the next year or so it was time to downsize and find ourselves. Where did we want be? What did we want to do? We both still wanted to be on the farm but realistically...

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SALE! SALE! SALE! Black Friday

Posted on Nov 17, 2016 in Sale | 0 comments

Sale Well I guess it’s sale time!  A Black Friday sale.  The leaves have mostly fallen and everything is starting to look rather drab and cold.  A lovely bright  handwoven scarf may be just what is needed to lift your spirits. Cotton, bamboo, or wool all scarves are handwoven approximately 8″ wide and nice and long so you can wrap them around your neck for extra warmth.     Ravelry Bump of the Month for December “Sugar Plum Fairy” Ravelry...

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The Approach of Fall.

Posted on Oct 18, 2016 in Ravelry, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Approach of Fall. Our September Bump of the Month was “Deciduous”. Mine will become a pair of socks. I’ve reached the boring part of sock knitting.  The cuff.  Don’t know what it is about the cuff but I love knitting the foot and turning the heel. Toe up socks are so much easier to fit and gauging your yarn is simpler to. No left overs. So glad I found this pattern many years ago. I haven’t made a top down pair of socks in forever. The yarn...

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Ravelry – October & Updates to Site

Posted on Oct 5, 2016 in Products, Ravelry | 0 comments

Microsoft Well we survived all the ‘windows 10’ updates but not without a few problems. Hopefully things are now starting to return to normal. I’ll spare you any further comments on this except to say this had better not happen again microsoft or this person will quickly convert to Apple. Bump of the Month Ravelry Bump of the Month for October is called “All Hallows’ Eve”.  The green and purple was suggested by one of the participants in...

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