Lo and behold, I have a finished pair of socks to show you today. Are…
I haven’t said anything about it but I have done some Trekking for the Trek Along With Me.
I started the socks while on the plane, trekking to see Margene. And, yes, I used the yarn you all voted for. Although, at least according to Margene, some of you voted for this not because it was your favorite of the Trekking yarn I have but because you want to see just how ugly these socks will be. You know who you are.
On the trip home from Colorado, while driving through Wyoming, we crossed the Continental Divide. Did you know that you actually cross this twice while driving through Wyoming? This intrigued me and, like a good librarian, I did some research. For the
uninformed curious, the Continental Divide is actually a ridge of high ground running North and South through the Rocky Mountains. Therefore, you cross it twice. You can read more about it here. Please note: Wyoming = brown and windy.
Back in Utah, where it’s more green and blue and not so brown, the sock trekked to Silver Fork Lodge for breakfast.
And then to Silver Lake where it posed next to some wild strawberry plants. It’s not as ugly as you all thought it would be, is it?
Further trekking adventures to come. This time, though, they will be a bit closer to home.