It's time to walk again....every single day if weather permits. January and February were brutally unkind as far as walking went.
So I'm trying to make up for it.
I walk the bike path here in town, and I walk some back roads. The fields are way too wet right now.
I also drive to other trails if I can.
On one of my walks, there are these amazing stone walls.
Look at the size of those stones.
The canal runs through town, this is the path on part of it.
A couple of days ago, L and I drove down to Lock 5. It was a lovely walk, and a beautiful day.
The Hudson River is high, and fast.
I'm afraid I'm going to have to go farther afield, or run the risk of getting bored with the same routes.
I don't think Naya minds the same walks, as long as there are tons of smells along the way.
But to keep me motivated, I need more.
They are everywhere.
This one will soon be hidden with vines.
On the weaving front.........4 m of yardage, in cotton bamboo and rose yarn.....soft as butter.
And a very pale pink.
4 m of cotton bamboo and hand dyed cotton hemp.........in crackle.
And L's project....a crazy mixed warp with a silk weft.
I had all day company ........and it was a BUSY day.
We colored eggs.
We made cupcakes.
We chased chickens, and made lots of pictures, we visited goats, we went for pizza, we got exhausted.
OK, mostly me.
The screen porch is clean, and the best place for an iced tea and a good book.
Finally, winter is over.
I leave you with this:
2 chickens trying to lay eggs in ONE box, at the same time. Neither wanting to give up.
I have no words.