I spent the first half of summer vacation at home and the last half anywhere but home. Bill and I went to Lake Tahoe, drove to Washington, cruised to Alaska, drove back and left the next day to go camping some more. It was super busy.
I didn’t pack any knitting for any of my trips, figuring that I would be sooo busy the whole time. It turned out that on the cruise we spent most of our time in the library reading or on the top deck, reading some more, that I could have easily finished and worn a sweater with all that free time.
Alaska was awesome, the cruise was fabulous, the driving 2000 miles was horrible, as was camping off of service roads. Camping after we got back was also great, except for mosquitos, of which we saw none whilst in Alaska.
That sums up our trip. Next time I’ll have some knitting content for everyone. School has been in session for 3 and a half weeks (we started in July) and I’ve been out of grad school since June (doesn’t mean I’ve graduated, just that I am done for now, and have enough units that I should have graduated, had my new school accepted any of my units from the previous school).