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Thursday, March 30, 2006
  photos as promised!
Hi all, some photos for your viewing pleasure. Firstly, here is some of what I saw yesterday. Some of the people I was with had never been in a cave before, and I had not been since I was a small tacker, so we made some discoveries together. I was blown away, and not even a little bit claustrophobic. There were only a couple of squeezy parts. At one stage the guyde turned off the lights and it was just so dark, I was glad I could hear voices. In that sort of darkness you can not tell your elbow from your - well, you know.

And, a koala!

And now, the MIL scarf. I have tried and tried lace patterns over the past few weeks, this is very easy to do, a simple repeat and I have decided all that I am up for of an evening whilst watching the box and having a couple of quiet drinks. Anything else just confuses me. I don't want to have to think too hard. I knit for relaxation for goodness' sake. I quite like this, and think she will too. Can you spot the error? No prizes, sorry.

The yellow sock, I have begun my April Project Spectrum early. I have a small orange vest which will come apart some time in the next week or so which may become something else, not sure what yet.

This is what I am doing with the cheapy cheap yarn from mother. Tiny madam requested a bag to take things to Brandma's or Branny's, so I am doing this for her. She loves to pack some things to take with her.

And, the lengthened stripe on the manly. I have not done anything to this for two days, so once I have posted I will pick it up and do a bit. I feel guilty, and with the mornings getting colder I am sure SS will appreciate something toasty.

Speaking of toasty, thanks for the comments on Little Purl's blog. She was tickled. Poor dear is in bed now with a MASSIVE SORE THROAT! Why do other people's children have so many germs?

TTFN, happy knittin'
I hope Little Purl gets better soon.

That is a very pretty yellow that you're knitting the sock in.

Can't wait to see it finished.

Very nice sock, adn the scarf mistake, I think I see it, it's very small!! You doo need several different things on the go to suit different situations!! I can't take the Dr Who ZUC anywhere!!!!!
Isn't it getting nippy in the morning. Mr Toasty made me order 'March' from the Library. I am all 'Little Women' now!!!
Hope Little Purl is feeling better soon! My DH has a cold at the moment and I think my eldest has just a minor case of it.

Love the knitting.

I like the scarf and it looks like it will be lovely. The sock is a fabulous color.

Hope your little one gets better soon. We are all about the sick here -- I bet others cringe at our approach.
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