The man and I travelled to Bryce Canyon for a few days. We did actually drive through the park and took a short hike to see the Bristle cone pines.
It's easy to see for 40 miles to the Paria Plateau. Every picture I took is beautiful, there's more:
Coming to the end of the trail. Live bristle cone pines. Some weren't so lucky to make it for more than a few hundred years:
The one above had rings that were almost touching. Probably a couple hundred of them. This stump is about 2 feet across and had grown around a branch.
This is a natural bridge about halfway to the point which is around 20 miles from Ruby's Inn where we stayed.
That new project has been progressing nicely. Fatter yarn makes for faster projects. This sweater is very long, but it's still fun to knit. I have the back done and am 2/3 of the way up the right front. Sorry for the blurry picture. I need to find a way to take pictures of it with more contrast. Maybe take it from a lower angle and to the side so the flash will make shadows? The bottom of the sweater is to the left. The pretty Celtic pattern is at the waist.
Alas, I won't have so much time to knit from now on. I am back to a real job tomorrow. 10 hour days, 5 days a week. Yup, 50 hours a week, includes 10 hours of overtime at time and a half. I have a feeling that this will kill me for awhile but hopefully will make me stronger in the long run. :>) It's doing my favorite thing, document control and a big enough company that I am getting paid very well indeed. woohoo!!