When a weaver and a musician go on holidays, what do they take with them?
Their dogs, of course!
But of course, they never leave home without a guitar
Or, a loom:
I was weaviing away on this pouch while we were away:
So, I took advantage of the gorgeous scenery to photograph the step by step photos of weaving the pouch:
Mini has her own wee suitcase which she snuggles very happily into, along with all the bits and pieces needed for the weaving.
(It began life as a case for a drill that lives in a toolbox, so Jim gave the un-used case to me and I love it for Ms Mini!)
When we are on holidays, I tend to photograph the smaller things, like lichens:
and flowers (ahem… the wind was crazy, so trying to get the flower to sit still was a lost cause)
and small looms on beautiful stony beaches:
and the patterns in tree roots:
and gorgeous driftwood:
and the patterns in nature:
and small dogs having great adventures … (Yikes! Wolves ATE a dog here? eegads!)
Speaking of wild animals, last year when we went to Jasper (in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada), we saw 13 bears!
This year, we only saw one:
But we did see one VERY thrilling wild animal- the first time I have ever seen a wild mountain goat, in fact:
It was rainy, windy and cold for the entire time we were there, which made perfect weather for weaving and making music
But then, as far as I am concerned, ANY weather is perfect for weaving and making music
I hope that you had a lovely summer and that the sun shone upon you, and music swirled around you and that the yarn was sweet in your hands!