Today was an early trip out to Abbotsford to teach a Beginner Spinning Class at Birkeland Wool. My first foray into outdoors was to photograph yesterdays’ navajo plied yarn….Much success and a huge happy with this yarn.
I was all prepared to go straight to the yarn shop when John surprised me with this lovely road less travelled and we parked at the Mill Lake Park. What a stellar early morning hike before 4 hours of teaching. And smack dab in the middle of the city. It was a bit rainy, but nothing worthy of rain gear.
There were several families of geese and I was shocked to see the babies almost greenish in colour. Camoflage apparently, and good thing since we were told there were two eagles in a tree close by. One more awesome thing about being out in a park, you meet other interesting humans who also enjoy the outdoors!
I’m thrilled to be doing the 30/30 challenge. It has given me an opportunity to slink back to the neglected blog. It’s also giving me quality time with the new camera. And an office without walls—stellar.