Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Completed


This was my travel fiber project – plying the post-TDF spindle yarn. I completed it last night as best I could; as you can see, there is a disappointingly large tangle of defeat that had to go in the trash instead of on the turtle.

I am happy to report that our little backpacking trip defeated NO one, though! My knees held up just fine (thanks to Aleve) and I was in better shape than I feared, leading the mostly uphill hike to Blue Lake. The weather was perfect, the location was stunning, and we had a good time. I have downloaded my photos, but still need to choose a few to save in lower resolution to share here. Until then, I leave you with the only photo that came close to capturing the amazing color that greeted us at our destination.

More later, from . . .

5 comments:

Mama Pea said...

Oh my, could that water be more beautiful?!

TC Goatldi said...

Oh WoW! Speechless.

Susan said...

I would hike up a mountain for that view - how completely gorgeous!

A :-) said...

Looks like it was gorgeous :-)

Claire Moxon-Waltz said...

I love the beauty in the landscape shot, but there is also beauty in the time and effort in your handspun yarn, especially in that slightly tweedy look. Gorgeous.