Living in Minnesota, the thought of hopping a plane on the weekend to go someplace warm is very inviting. This year, I planned two trips to get away to warmer weather. These trips, one to Clearwater Beach, Florida and one the San Francisco, were on two consecutive weekends. Then a few days after the planned second trip, I had to make an unexpected trip to Houston. So, that meant that in fifteen days I had three trips, including seven flights (totaling almost 2,000 miles) and numerous hours in airplanes and airports.
For me, this was a bit more travel than I would prefer. To pass the time, I brought along some knitting and crocheting. As a result, I was able to completed four scarves to donate.
Scarf One – Queen Anne’s Lace Crochet Scarf
Trip One – Clearwater Beach, Florida
Scarf Two – Eyelash Yarn Knit Scarf
Trip Two – San Francisco
Scarf Three – Cashmere Knit Scarf
Trip Three – Houston
Scarf Four – Varigated Yarn Knit Scarf
I am looking forward to a few weeks with no need to travel!
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