The sun came back out yesterday around lunchtime and it had gotten warmer - in the 60's! So despite the stiff breeze, I went out after lunch to walk. This time I went back to Oaks and the Perkiomen Trail. Luckily it didn't stink this time! There were a lot of people out enjoying the path, but again everyone kept their distance. The bluebells are pretty much gone by now, but there were some other pretty wildflowers.
It was a little chilly when I started - but, the parking lot is by an open field. Once on the trail there is a little bit of protection from the wind by the trees. I walked for about 40 minutes and then turned around to go back to my car. At one point I went down by the water (there was a little path off the trail) and when I turned around I saw this:
Not visible from the trail - at least I didn't see it. I believe it is an abandoned Heron's nest! Abandoned as there were holes in the bottom and just pretty much in shabby shape. But, still so cool!
So glad I did get out for a walk as rain is in the forecast today and it is grey, grey, grey (again).
I managed to make another Granny Square yesterday afternoon (a slow work day!):
The orange border is Make Do yarn from Vicki and it is pure delight to use. If you have not been fortunate enough to knit with her yarn I recommend you try to get some (you can still get a skein or two through Ali's coffee shop). I actually have a new skein coming to me!!
A friend sent me this next one via email and it just cracked me up:
LOL OK, that's all I've got for today. It's Thursday (in case you've lost track) and that means I have a bunch of financial reports to run this morning. Have a great day!