We can look up from our books and (me with my knitting)
gaze out upon The Salish Sea between the flurries...
There was a weather warning which made us sit up and take notice but we were easily able to drive on the roads, visit the florist to grab our flowers and provision at the Driftwood Centre.
The snow is not as deep as we were led to believe by the forecast...
it's just a dusting here on Pender Island.
Easy Peasy dinner
Homemade Chicken wings and deli salads
I love to cook but at the cottage our life takes on a slower pace and a relaxed rhythm.
We indulge in our books, go for walks, watch the boat traffic...
You can see the snow on the hills across The Salish Sea on Vancouver Island.
The ferries run regularly...
Plying the waters to and from
The tulips have opened up quite quickly in the warmth of the cottage.
The Lacy Batkus scarf...
this is a free pattern on Ravelry.
I used the Shoppel sock yarn from Germany.
Such cheerful colours!
This is the same yarn that I knit the socks out of...
the socks that turned out to be too big so I ripped them out!
I didn't want to waste such pretty wool.
Waste Not Want Not!
We are loathe to waste a sunny afternoon so we are going to head out for our walk.
I must close for now.
What are you up to this weekend?
Are you reading a great book?
Knitting a fabulous project?
Cooking up a storm?
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~ Be Well and Be Kind ~