It's been raining (pouring down) non-stop since Friday. And this morning we woke up to new snow on the mountains and 4 C. Looks like summer is over for this year.
Luckily most of the snow has melted through the day as the sun came out.
So I just have to keep up with my sock knitting to keep my toes warm. There haven't been many days I have walked barefoot this summer...I haven't even put away the wool clothes during summer this year... Makes it all easier to see what I have to make though ;)
This was a easy pattern to knit. And I used only 58 g, so I could have knitted the leg much longer. Looks like maybe Eirin will get a pair of purple socks too :)
Pattern: Rainbow Over Lahaina from Sock Club: Join the knitting adventure
Yarn: 58 g King Cole Zig Zag Colorway 741
Needles: 2,5 mm
With all the rain that has came during the weekend, we've had a bit of cabin fever here. So when the sun came out today we had to head out and soak up some sunlight, knit and jump in the water puddles ;) The air has gotten that special cold and crisp smell which I love. I do like fall in all it's way, but I do think it has come a bit too early this year...
Endre's new wellies :)
On Thursday this little family was in the hill behind our house. I tried to come a bit closer to take better photos, but they got scared.
And I have now imported all the post from our hiking blog into this one. If you like to read those post I think you can find most of them throug the labels nature, forest, outdoors, hiking, lean-to and other "nature" related labels a bit down on the left of the blog.