Where doesn fun fur go to die? It gets made into hats and sold on the boardwalk. I can understand wanting a hat when you're walking in the sun but who would want a fedora made of fun fur? If you make it larger, you can see that it's knit.
I took these photos with Pk's little Canon that I got him to use in his shop so he can take photos of his wood projects. Galoots share photos of their wips just like we do.
It's a chainsaw carving at the stand. There was a bear as well but I liked the corn.
And last, our last dinner with Lulu. That's my niece Maggie holding onto Lulu. She was fascinated by the whole idea.
Lulu left here to go to Canada last Monday and arrived safely on Thursday. It cost less to get her there on Thursday than it would have to get her there on Friday. go figure. She is raising havoc and will hitch a ride home sometime later this month.
Pk and I took Friday and Monday off this week on a whim. He went to an estate sale yesterday and picked up some more tools and I did some spinning. Today, he's making me a drying screen thingy so I can wash some alpaca and dry it to spin.
I finished all the available seasons of Bones and have started watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I'm up to Season 3 and am strangely addicted. I don't know why the show appeals to me. I was not interested when it was on network television but now I find myself obsessively watching until late in the night. I might need an intervention. I have full intentions of stopping at the end of Season 3 but we'll see how that goes.
Today is laundry day and I'm going to take advantage of the more moderate weather and spin some more. Tomorrow is picnic at the river day and then Monday is lake day.
I love long summer weekends.