If I taught a workshop/seminars at ANWG '19 would you be interested?

Monday, May 25, 2009

What a Difference

a week makes!

We got home around 9:30 pm with the plum trees just past their peak.
There is still lots of snow at higher elevations. We even had some on the trip to Olds last Thursday and there was lots left on the mountain peaks on our return. I don't remember the name of this one, but this is the view from the parking lot at Saskatchewan Crossing about mid-afternoon Sunday.
Now to try and fit all the yarn left over from the sale onto the shelves and get ready to leave again tomorrow morning. :)
If anyone will be at ANWG in Spokane (WA) drop by Teresa Ruch's booth and say 'hi'. I'll be there most of the time.
Reading during the trip: The Language of Bees by Laurie King and Conspirator by C. J. Cherryh. Just starting House of Stag by Kage Baker

1 comment:

Sandra Rude said...

Have a good show at ANWG! Those photos make me homesick for Montana - I grew up in Missoula, and spent a lot of time in the Flathead Valley and Glacier Park.