Sunday, February 14, 2010

This week I've loved...



::The view after a snowstorm::

Endre and I playing boardgame ;)

::Playing boardgames with Endre, while knitting::

::That Otto Owl still is loved::

Feeding the birds

::Feeding the birds::

Finger knitting & finger crocheting

::Watch my kids being creative::

Snowy snowman

::Snowman::

Playing monopol

::Playing monopoly with Eirin::

::That she loves her vest - she even sleeps in it::

Playing in the snow

::Playing in the snow::


Before felting

::Projects that knits up fast::

Taking shelter from the snow ;)

::Watching the kids having fun::

Playing in the snow

::Red cheeks::




Elizabeth and Nathaniel Bonner have settled into their life together at the edge of the New-York wilderness in the winter of 1794 when Elizabeth gives birth to healthy twins. But soon events in Canada draw Nathaniel far away from his new family: word has reached them that Hawkeye has been arrested by crown officials in British Canada. Nathaniel reluctantly leaves Hidden Wolf mountain to set out for the distant city, determined to see his father freed. Instead, Nathaniel is imprisoned, and finds himself in imminent danger of being hanged as an American spy. In a desperate bid to save her husband, Elizabeth bundles her infants and sets out on the long trek to Montreal. Accompanied by her stepdaughter, Hannah, their wise friend Curiosity Freeman, and Runs-from-Bears, a Mohawk warrior and life-long friend of Nathaniel's, Elizabeth's dangerous journey leads her through the snowy wilderness and treacherous waterways. But Elizabeth soon discovers that freeing Nathaniel will take every ounce of her courage and inventiveness. It is a struggle that threatens her with the loss of what she loves most.

Torn apart, the Bonners must embark on yet another perilous voyage...this time all the way across the ocean to the heart of Scotland, where a wealthy earl claims kinship with Hawkeye. In his heart, the Mahican tribe of Hawkeye's youth is the truest kin he will ever know, just as Nathaniel will always remain loyal to the Mohawk nation. But with this journey, a whole new world opens up to Nathaniel and Elizabeth-and a destiny they could never have imagined awaits them.

6 comments:

  1. The top picture of the trees, is gorgeous! They look like lace.

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  2. Myeå bli glad av!
    Yngstedattera mi og ei venninne laget skjerf av fingerstrikkinga(sånn som Eirin holder på med). De laget lange lengder i forskjellige farger, og flettet dem sammen etterpå. Ganske stilige!

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  3. You have some of the most beautiful kids I've ever seen! I love picture of the little one playing in the snow- priceless! I'm glad you've had a great week!

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  4. Looks like you had a wonderful week end. I can understand why Eirin loves her vest!

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  5. What glorious snow pics...beautiful. xx

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  6. Once again, beautiful, beautiful photos! Are the kids finger knitting?

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