So, back to crossed fingers.This not from the festival, it's another Pennsylvania roadside sighting.
Anyways, in NH, I had so much fun meeting or reuniting with..well, just go over to Norma's links, I think she did it up. Got to meet Kelly, who I've been reading/exchanging emails with for ages, and I even photographed some socks she test knit for Mason Dixon Outside the Lines (she knew Ann in college , so now I know all the dirt. Ooooh, power!).
My ride home from the festival was in a rainstorm of such biblical proportions , I was wondering if I should have taken a pair each of alpaca, sheep, goats and Chris' bunnies to stow in my car. Exhausting but so glad it waited till the day was over. New Hampshire is a charmer of a festival.
I've got some knitting to show and blab about but I'll save that for a mid week post. Too bad because it goes well with the title, it'll have to be silver lining 2. I'm on the road again- this time Brooklyn NY .
* this modified adjective combo brought to you by seeing Carole & Dale again. mwah & mwah