Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Cruising

This afternoon I walked out the front door to say goodbye to Steve, our handyman, looked down toward the lake--and wondered if I was seeing things.



Yes, that's right, it's a ginormous cruise ship! It was anchored between the entrance to the harbour and Wolfe Island, in the midst of something of a gale (check out those waves), and passengers were being ferried ashore in little boats. Who would have guessed?
I, myself, am cruising along with my test knit of Frostfern.

Body completed.
Loving the angora/alpaca halo.
Front and neck border underway.



Lots of fairly boring knitting for this evening. With Outlander done for this season, perhaps I'll do a recap of Anno 1790. After all, it's set in the same century, right?

1 comment:

  1. So glad you posted this as I'd seen the ship a couple of weeks ago but no joy in finding out where it came from. Spurred on by your blog, I found this link via Twitter: http://www.cruisesaintlawrence.com/EN/cruisepackages/44/Plantours.aspx

    Frostfern is looking lovely....

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