Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Monday

Well, it wasn't raining and it wasn't quite as windy, but it was dark and cloudy as we started out. Stayed that way for most of the drive across Vermont. As we drove through the higher elevations we saw more fall color in the trees. We left the interstate at Sharon, I think, and got on a smaller highway that took us to Woodstock. It was a good idea.
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Next time we're out this way I hope we can stay longer. After a while we realized we needed to quit stopping and just get to the airport before we missed our flight. It was torture when we drove over the Quechee Gorge and couldn't stop.

Made it to the airport in time for out flight. Flying time is good for knitting and I knitted on the sock. Hit a little snag though.
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Don't you hate that! I wanted this sock to match the first one so I had to search for the right color sequence to continue. Discovered the yarn manufacturer joined this in the reverse sequence, so I had to re-wind the yarn. How frustrating. But finally I got it right and I think the stripes match.

Thanks for joining me on this trip. Believe it or not, we're leaving in a few minutes for the airport to fly to Salt Lake City. At least we had one night at home. I'll leave you with this picture of the last light in the sky as we made our descent into Houston.
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The end.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing such BEAUTIFUL PICS!!!

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  2. It's cool (maybe even cold to you) here in SLC. The mountains are a bit damp but you should see some beautiful color!
    Call if you want to come to SnB tonight!!

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  3. Real nice shots, but where are the mushrooms???

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  4. Enjoyed it! Thanks for letting me tag along "cyberly".

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  5. thanks for take us with you on your trip! I really enjoyed tagging a long ; )
    too bad about your sock, grr! I hate it when manufacturer do that

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  6. I have so enjoyed your travel photos! I have never made it to the Eastern US, and it's been great to "see" some of it through your camera lens.

    UGH! on the yarn. How frustrating that they connected it like that. Glad you were able to salvage it.

    You have the best traveled socks!

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  7. Great pics! How fun. The knot was probably not fun, why on earth would they join it the opposite way? Don't they knit?

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  8. I love looking at all the beautiful picts! Sounds like a wonderful trip. About that knot? Arrg! I can relate.

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  9. I guess you guy's are quite the jet setters now! No fish pictures?? I think John is slipping. I really do hate it when I hit a snag too....I usually lose my lure when this happens! And knots..well ask John about the baitcaster, he can do some mighty fine knots too...
    Have fun and keep us posted
    P-

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  10. Thank-you for sharing pictures of your time in Vermont - especially the time with my parents. Your time sounds like a blessing from the Lord. I did, however, sense that you were cold most of the time! Wish I could have been there to visit with you as well!

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  11. What beautiful pictures! The furthest east I have been is Ohio and I couldn't believe how GREEN everything was out there.

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~Tracy