Friday, December 01, 2006

Belated Turkey Day Photos





We had an awesome Thanksgiving this year (No offense to our families who weren't in attendance). Ben & I traveled to Douthat State Park in Virginia, a truly special place . We stayed in a 1 room log cabin built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corp. Let me tell you, those folks knew how to build things to last! The cabins are in great shape. They've been upgraded in recent years with central heat (thank goodness)and air and newer kitchenettes. Despite these modern conveniences, the cabins still have rustic charm. The stone fireplaces are my favorite.





Needless to say, I got some knitting done while we were gone. I'm finished with the Blue Skys Cotton baby sweater - pattern KP&S. This photo shows my progress. I finished the sweater last night and will post it post blocking.


And, I started on Sangeeta's scarf made of merino wool.


I also blocked my alpaca sweater (will post tonight). I'm so pleased! Blocking rocks! I just have the button bands and tis done.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy Turkey Day to you!! Looks like you had a good one!
I've been camping there but never stayed in their cabins...how nice! I like rustic & quaint!!

Mary said...

What a lovely way to spend Thanksgiving! I've never even heard of that park - beautiful place! Is that pink thread in the scarf your lifeline?

Renee said...

I just had to leave a comment to say that the Blue Sky cotton cotton baby sweater is even cuter "in person" -- thanks *so* much!