This week I drove down to Vancouver to load my Subaru with Rebekah and Anton's stuff. Anton is moving to Korea in a couple of weeks, and our house is going to double as a storage facility while they are away. I stayed with my dear fibre friend Ellen, and I had plans to show you some great pictures of our yarn dyeing adventure. Unfortunately, due to the fact we needed to do the dyeing outside and there was a little too much June-uary happening, there are no pictures and there is no dyed yarn. We had a wonderful time in spite of the rain though. It gave us an excuse to sit inside, knit, visit, and drink tea.
Loading the car was an interesting experience. Anton is extremely well-organized and had everything boxed up and ready to go. His organizational ability along with the skills I have developed in loading up vehicles (think seven people crammed into a van along with camping gear, food, and clothes multiple times over the years) and we had every nook and cranny filled. It was sort of like a real life version of Tetris. So, instead of lovely pictures of hand-dyed yarn drying in the sun you will have to settle for these. Blame it on the weather.