The Lighthouse Cafe on Saturday
Monday September 01st 2008, 11:13 am
Filed under: Friends

Robin in her new Casbah shawlRobin wearing her new shawl–note to the women at Purlescence: I did find my Ocean Casbah yarn…

Nina’s hands at work as we waited for our lunch.

Nina\'s hands, always busy

Warren of Marin Fiber Arts checking with Frederikka Payne on the phone about the Whisper merino laceweight in his shop.  It will stay available?  Thanks!  Cast on!

Warren Agee of Marin Fiber Arts

In the it’s-a-small-blog-world department, there will be a Mr. Washie (yes, Dad, that’s an official knitter’s term) transplant team today operating between our house and No-Blog-Rachel’s.  No-Blog-Rachel has a blog now, although she will forever be known by her previous description given her by the Yarnharlot.

Rachel is from Vermont and now is a a member of my knitting group at Purlescence. Meantime, my daughter now lives in Vermont, and guess where I’m planning to visit?  Rachel, you want to hitch a ride in my luggage?  Just let me catch up on the laundry first, and I’m so glad the people you bought your house from left you with a superfluous washing machine.  Much appreciated.

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Enjoy your trip to Vermont and visiting your daughter! The Shawl looks lovely on Robin!

Comment by Danielle from SW MO 09.01.08 @ 11:20 am

The big question is WHEN ARE YOU COMING TO VERMONT? Wow, it would be great to meet.

Comment by Joansie 09.01.08 @ 12:34 pm

Hee – thanks for the extra blog traffic! Though actually the Yarn Harlot didn’t give me my no-blog name, she just gave me a slightly hard time about my name vs. the fact that I do blog. And she linked to me – which promptly sent oh maybe 10 times as much traffic as I’ll get on a good day, over to my blog in the course of about 3 hours. Yikes!

Enjoy the washer and yes, we definitely need to discuss how I’m going to fit into your luggage.

Comment by no-blog-rachel 09.01.08 @ 1:39 pm

Knitterspeak. Gotta love it and the fact that it is not restricted to frog and rip!

Comment by Carol 09.01.08 @ 4:17 pm

Convenient that! Best wishes for a successful transplant!

And hopefully the nice weather will hold for your trip :).

Comment by RobinH 09.01.08 @ 6:21 pm

Good luck! There are some things one just can’t live without…

Comment by Channon 09.02.08 @ 8:46 am

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