Desserts were wonderful. Brownie with ice cream - yes please!
I took walks each day. This is the view of the lake. On my first walk, I heard a scream and figured out it was a deer. It wasn't a friendly scream and I decided to pick up my pace a bit. I heard it again and doubled my pace over a wooden foot bridge. The deer was probably laughing and high fiving the others. Another camper forced to flee! I remember the tales of deer attacking people and worried no one knew me well enough to come looking for me.
I'm embarrassed to say that I didn't take that many photos. I was full out enjoying myself and lifting a camera fell from my mind. I had to snap this one of the flowers in the dining area. I love columbine and they were blooming all over the property.
I didn't knit a whole lot at camp, but I did do spinning. One of the campers was very generous and brought her drum carder and a mountain of fiber. I made a batt, lusted after her drum carder and spun this yarn. It is a crazy blend of bamboo, wool and who knows what else. I have about 115 yards of fingering camp memories here.
Monday was vendor day and I fell down a bit. I bough some cashmere top. Yep I said cashmere. I wanted to put it on the bed and roll around on it. It is lovely stuff.
Right after getting back home I cast on for a Daybreak shawl. Daybreak was a knit along last year and many of this year's campers were wearing them. I won the green yarn in a door prize raffle (from Fleur de Fiber) and purchased the plum colored yarn (Sun Valley Fibers) to go with it. I'm really enjoying working with the yarns.
I managed to squeeze a shop update in today as well. Here are a few goodies that were listed today. I hope to get back into the dye kitchen next week. School is wrapping up and my time will become a little more flexible at least until summer session kicks in.