This week, with the 2007 EAA AirVenture in full swing, you just need to wait a minute before you see or hear an airplane around here. You don't have to be anywhere near the EAA grounds or an airport; heck, you might just be driving down the highway... That's called Sharing The Road.
We had a tiny little airshow of our own at the front door last night. I don't know if this is a moth or some other kind of bug (click for big), it's kind of creepy and looks like it could bite, but pretty cool in flight. (Note to self: Time to paint the front door?)
I didn't rip back the Wallaby pouch after all, and I'm glad I gave myself some time to look it over and think about it. I'll be making more of these, so there will be opportunity to do things differently. I'll be starting Wallaby sleeves at Knit Night tonight.
Continuing with my never having the same schedule two weeks in a row this summer, I'm working tomorrow (my usual day off), taking Thursday and Friday off intead to head up north for the weekend. I'm planning my travel route with yarn stores as my guide, and may make an adventure of it on Friday -- Hurley and Ashland, for sure, possibly Bayfield and Madeline Island?