Today I'm sharing the best pics from our trip, but tomorrow I'll tell you about what you really want to know: the Fit to Flatter class with Amy Herzog. But first, here are Tom and me looking happy. Why? Because we ARE happy.
I was lucky. Tom did all the driving which left me to knit, navigate, and nag about his tailgating (God, I hate that - why he insists on riding up someone's ass is completely beyond me).
We spent the first few days on the coast of Maine. So beautiful.
We then went to my favorite place in the world: Vermont. We stayed in Jeffersonville, northwest of Stowe, but traveled everyday to the sparsely populated and uber-gorgeous Northeast Kingdom.
New England brims with fabulous photographic opportunities. I bought a new Nikon right before we left and I am glad I had better equipment when I came across these interesting places.
Towards the end of the week, northern Vermont just exploded in spectacular color. We felt tremendously blessed to bear witness.
On the last day of our trip, we ventured to Webs. Tom sat with four other husbands/significant others and waited patiently for me to shop my heart out. I ended up exchanging some olive green Classic Elite Solstice for some pink in the same yarn - a zero-sum gain. How about that for discipline? BTW, that's my dirty Beetle on the left.
Best of all, the cool weather allowed me to wear my handknits all week long. Here I am in my Handstrikket with my friend, Judy.
My only regret: I missed my pets. Moose spent the week with my ex-husband and Monica was minded by one of the maintenance men here at my apartment complex. Everyone survived and we were delighted to see each other at week's end.
Now I'm back and ready to blog! And I'm signed up for a gazillion knitting classes so stay tuned!