but no time to shop.
I delivered my load this morning in Seattle and am killing time at the truckstop in North Bend waiting for dispatch to find me a return load. It seems that freight is slow out of here right now so I will be spending the night here and probably at least part of tomorrow.
Happily, while it hurts my income to sit here, I have plenty of time for knitting. :cheering:
Unhappily, I can’t go explore any LYS, Michael’s, or anyplace else. This truckstop is filled with trucks looking to park for the same reason I’m parked; waiting for loads. I don’t dare give up my parking spot to go shopping or I’ll be stuck without a place to park when I return. Trucks are circling the lot like vultures waiting for a spot to open up so they can swoop into it.
Ah well, I have a small (cheap) yarn stash so that’s no biggie, and I’ll eventually get that cool knitting bag I want. Worst case I’ll order it online although I’d rather be able to look at it and handle it first.
Ok, enough of that nonsense, back to my knitting. I WILL get this scarf finished this century.