WIDTW

(Title stolen shamelessly from Plaid Dragon)

Finished the heel on the first Owl sock and tried starting the Column of Leaves scarf. Messed up row 1 twice, and row 2 once before I ripped it out. Maybe I need something simpler. The yarn is a good sized worsted weight, looks gorgeous knitted up, but… Maybe lace isn’t right for it, it might end up as a cabled scarf instead.

Went geocaching on Monday and found all four caches we went after, it was a blast! Visited three parks I’ve never been to. One of the caches had a Jeep travel bug in, the first one we’ve seen in the wild! We have to take a picture of it on the theme of Freedom to enter the contest, and drop it in a cache as soon as possible.

Started reading part one of John for everyone by Tom Wright, Bishop of Durham. The book goes through the gospel of John giving Wright’s own translation, followed by some commentary. The intention is to translate the entire New Testament, and it’s very well done.

4 thoughts on “WIDTW”

  1. I haven’t been caching in a couple of years now. I’m not sure whether it is lack of time, motivation, or the fact that I cleaned up most of the closest ones to me and can’t be bothered driving to the others which is the biggest factor. Every now and then I think I really muct get out and do some more, and then get distracted by closer walks, computer games, baking or something.

  2. Every time you talk about geo-caching, it makes me want to try it. As soon as I can walk like a regular person, we plan to give it a try. Let me know how you like the book, it sounds really interesting.

  3. St Louis and the area around is rich in geocaches, with new ones popping up ALL the time. Helps it’s a decent sized city. This is the first time we’ve been out in months, weather’s been just too hot.

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