Friday, March 4, 2016

Planning The Next Move

We’ve started our 4th, and final, month here at Inks Lake!  Neither of us can believe how fast the time has gone. 

Even though our days are full from morning till evening, we haven’t been blogging much.  Our volunteer work here is the same as 2 years ago (cabin host).  Mark has flown his planes a few times, when he can find a day that isn’t too windy, and he has hooked up with a few guys that play disc golf several times a week.  We’re still working out at the YMCA 5 times a week and have really been enjoying it.  My Kindle has been smoking with all the books I’ve read this Winter and I’m still crocheting as much as ever.

It’s been a while since I posted pictures of my afghans so I thought I would show a few of my latest.  Last year I donated 22 afghans to charity (Linus Connection).  This year, who knows?  I’ve gotten a good start.  






We’ll be leaving Inks Lake at the end of the month and spending a few weeks in Medina, then it’s on to the next adventure.  We know we’ll be in Leadville, CO for the summer, we just have to decide on a route: Davis Mountains, Southern New Mexico, SE Arizona?  We’ll have several weeks for sightseeing and want to get the most out of them.

Teri  

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    1. I love Elmo, he always makes me smile!

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  2. Love your work. I have slacked off something terrible, but nothing I do is anything as amazing as yours.

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  3. Love the afghans - they are lovely! Sounds like you've had a good winter.

    Serene

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  4. Love the butterfly! As always though they are all amazing! Hear you guys are going to be up there in elevation this year! Hope you enjoy yourselves!

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    1. Way up!! 10,000 elevation. We spent two summers in Alamosa at 7500 feet and did fine, so we feel like we will be ok. Guaranteed cool temps!

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  5. What's in Leadville??? Beautiful afghans!!!

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  6. Leadville National Fish Hatchery. Still USFWS, but it will be our first time at a hatchery. In addition to raising fish they have a breeding program for Wyoming Toads.

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  7. Really nice work! Love your designs... and I bet those kids just love them too. At that elevation will it be cold all summer?

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    1. Their recorded high last year was 79 degrees and there is a chance of frost every morning. Looking forward to the cool!

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