Let the Photos Do the Talking

I had a great weekend in Austin, but surprisingly, I didn’t take photos of all the fun things I saw. (Not even one with Meg in her new sweater!) Here are a few photos I did take, and one I didn’t.

img_7122.JPG A little knitting time with my friends…
img_7133.JPG The breathtaking Wall of Cascade 220 at The Knitting Nest
img_7136.JPG Caro…
img_7165.JPG Some self-portrait action, showing the fancy necklace I scored from a piΓ±ata…

I was trying to get Meg in this photo, but she turned her head right as I snapped the shot.

img_0005-1.JPG The Moose Lodge…

Photo courtesy of Josh.

img_7025.JPG And back in Houston – skulls-and-crossbones are out, and hot-rod flames are in.

19 comments on “Let the Photos Do the Talking

  1. I’m still lovin your hair cut! You look happy and well rested.

    I’m glad you had a wonderful weekend.

    I see you got your G fixed…

    :)TamiW

  2. Glad you had a good weekend. Glad it was a moose lodge and not a moose, hunting season has started here now so we have to watch out for the real moose on the highways. I like the pic of all the wool, nice colors.
    Love the Flame collar as well. What a model he is. πŸ™‚

  3. hotrod flames and skulls and crossbones are always worn by only the most stylish of pooches. πŸ™‚

    glad to see you had a good time. πŸ˜€

  4. The big ball of green “yarn” is actually cut up t-shirt material, wound into a ball. There are needles there so anyone can have a go at knitting with it. The last person who completed a row must have had really tight tension, because no one is strong enough now to complete another row!

    Believe me, I tried. And I’m no weakling.

  5. DUDE! I thought the Caro was gone, so I didn’t call her when I was in Austin. (Her house is near the house where I was staying.) My Austin time was so minimal though, I didn’t get to see anyone or knit at all. So sad! I have to go back again SOON!

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