Well, it was graduation weekend. Our to-be daughter in-law was graduating from law school over at University of Idaho, College of Law in Moscow, Idaho. We were driving our big box van that we use for hauling cabinets in our kitchen and bath business over to attend the graduation, but also to help move her back to Washington state.
There was a little yarn shop over in Cashmere, Washington that I wanted to stop at. I had never been there, but had gone through this town some time back to check out the Aplets & Cotlets candy business. This town now has a yarn shop and it's called Cashmere Cottage Yarn.
It was such a hot day, 87*, but I found the place. I walked in and there were a bunch of ladies around their gathering table picking out yarns for a project that was due to start soon. I took a look around and took me some pictures, so I could share with all of you.
Being so hot and needing a cool beverage, we were back on the road and heading east to Idaho. It's so fun to take a break and check out a yarn shop when you are on your travels. Luckily, my husband is a pretty good sport about it.
Sometimes I find something new to me that I haven't seen, sometimes I run across something I've been looking for or thinking about that I hadn't had time to pick up, and sometimes its just a friendly visit to say hello and take a break. If you would like to share your pictures of your adventures with us, please email over your pics and I will load them up right here along with a few link and a web link. Enjoy all your graduation ceremonies this season.
I had high hopes of finishing 12 projects this year, but I've been moving and starting new projects DOH! I haven't forgotten though -- I'm still trying....
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