woke up to what seems to be traditional weather for Memorial Day week end.
rain and wind and more rain.
it’s ok though — I got a few more rows knit here. And I am finished with the brim and ready to knit the cap. I love this woven stitch for the brim I wish you could see it up close. And I love this yarn — of course I am a little bias I dyed it myself. I wrote about it on this post https://whatzitknitz.wordpress.com/2011/11/09/summer-is-offically-over/
the yarn turned out the exact color of Gallagher’s fields in the fall. I love the brown and gold colors. And I love how great the woven stitch looks with the variegation in this yarn. Tonight I will be moving on to the body of this cap and I think it will knit up quickly now.
before the rain stopped we moved on to a nice fish breakfast. I like my fish cooked plainly – so I soak them in milk for a while and then drain. then I toss the fish with flour and a little salt. then into a hat frying pan that I had cooked up some bacon. Now I know bacon isn’t a heart heathy food but I think we deserve a little treat this morning. After all I am one year older today. So we had fish fried in a little bacon grease, eggs on the side with marble rye toast and some watermelon.
the rain cleared and I got to go fishing. we saw just a few fish including a big muskie that swam slowly by as we got ready to drop anchor. We didn’t caught a thing this morning probable the muskie scared the fish away.but its nice just to get out in the boat and relax.