January 26, 2005


-- when your guesstimated length of yarn to use for a long-tail cast-on comes out with only six inches to spare. On the first try.

And what could make this day even better than to finally get to share with you the pictures from our cruise:

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Nassau. Scott in front of "our" cruise ship. The water there was bright teal blue -- the same color as the tropical flavor of Gatorade.

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Key West. Lars, holding the NY Times article recommending restaurants and sights in Key West, tries to get his bearings, while Marianne tries to steer us to that tapas restaurant.

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Key West. Me, petting but obviously not picking up one of the 61 cats at Hemingway Home.

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Dinner at sea. Karis poncho travels well. Love that Kidsilk Haze!

Swan sighting, Part I. Lalique Store, Nassau.

Swan sighting, Part II. Cruise ship stateroom.

Posted by Karen at January 26, 2005 10:04 AM

yep, a good day, indeed! So, how did you estimate the length of your tail? And, what are you casting on for? Details, please!

Posted by: Anne at January 26, 2005 08:47 PM

You look so happy and pretty in the pic with the poncho. Great poncho too!

Posted by: Susan at January 27, 2005 04:00 PM