We Called it Going to Church

Crescent Beach has been the subject of this blog several times before. It is amazing that all one has to do is walk just a little bit further and in this crowded city, one can sit on one’s own.



Both eagles and loons were heard but the heron was the bird of the day. There were several of them watching walkers from rocks just in the water. The tide was in all the way. I love the call they make when they take off and fly – kind of like a rusty gate creaking open, a complaintive sound.


A recent finished object, well objects. Gotland mittens, hand spun. You can still smell and feel the lanolin in these despite several very hot washes. They should prove warm.

And a bit of weaving from a warp over a year old. Just to get it off the loom I used up scraps of sock yarn in a twill of some sort. It came out better than expected, it should work up as a couple of bags I think.


2 thoughts on “We Called it Going to Church

  1. lovemydogs61 November 21, 2014 / 5:05 am

    What great photos! Nice that you went to “church”. You probably could see an extra pair of footprints in the sand walking beside you…Love your mitts…and your weave!

    • warpandwoofknitting November 21, 2014 / 6:29 pm

      Thanks A! I think I was not on my own completely out there. It was a good day. Love M

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