Typing this out on my iPad on the most boring stretch of highway in BC. Highway 1 from Chilliwack towards Greater Vancouver is long, straight and flat, and gives me an idea of what it’s like to drive across central Canada!
Anyway, I have the usual road trip photos of crochet on the dashboard, because Tai Chi Man is driving the car this time and I’m a passenger, so I have started a very appropriate project – Zooty Owl’s Road Trip Scarf!
This has been in my Ravelry queue for a long time and it’s written for a DK variegated yarn, it’s simple to make (every row is the same after the first two), and it saves me being bored as heck on a five hour drive. I’m using Red Heart With Love in the fruit punch colourway, which is worsted rather than DK but never mind!
The sun is shining here and it’s 10 degrees Celsius, which is like summer to us Okanagan people. We had to go through a lot of snow on the mountain passes to get here, and a minimum of minus 3, and the road was slushy and slippery in places. For a while, we were crawling along behind two snowploughs (and even passed one abandoned in a ditch).
So all is well so far, and we have now crossed the Fraser river and will be at our destination soon. I should probably pay attention to the GPS.
The road trip scarf looks good, popped over to see the finished project where the pattern is.