In this episode: The road picks me up, carries me along for a while and then spits me out with as much ceremony as a baggage handler at Heathrow. I am home, darlings. The summer season of Cast On begins with a journey of a thousand airports. Or something.
Nevertheless, tales will be told and audio shared; philosophising will, no doubt, occur as I attempt to integrate all the people I met, and the places I visited during seven weeks of travel across North America.
Here are some things I learned:
Tom Bihn make excellent bags. I carried the Aeronaut. And then let the airlines do that for me when it got to be a little too much for me. The bouncy strap is worth the money. Their little wallets come in really handy. The Swift is the best knitting bag in the world.
(Lack of Color Affection pics entirely due to issues with the new Mac that necessitated a complete reinstall of the system one week after I arrived home. Let us not speak of it. My Apple Rage is only just beginning to fade.)
Did I talk about something and forget to link to it here? I know I can count on you to point those out. Thank you!
It’s good to be back.
During my travels I listened to Treasure Island. You can too. click the enormous audible logo below.