Le Tour of Susquehanna and Wayne Counties

This is how much sock knitting one can accomplish between suburban NJ and Scranton, PA. I really wish Java had opposable thumbs and a drivers license. If she did, I’d be such a productive knitter. I did all of the driving after we left Scranton on the family history tour and then back to NJ.

We can trace my Dad’s family back to the Mayflower. Most of their time was spent in the Carbondale/Vandling area of Pennsylvania. They went there in the mid 1700’s and didn’t leave until the early 1900’s. My grandfather was the first to go to college (then Med School) and make a life outside of the area.

This was the first time we’ve been back in 30 years. My Dad and I are already planing another trip. It’s gorgeous country.

Yarn: Regia 4 fadig Color (#1937)
Needles: Susan Bates #1 Circs – Magic Loop (hate the join on these)
Pattern: My Own (details will be in Ravelry when I get around to writing them down)

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~ by Kat on July 8, 2008.

3 Responses to “Le Tour of Susquehanna and Wayne Counties”

  1. *tsk tsk* Java, get cracking on that driving gig, eh?

  2. I love this colorway. I made my very first pair of socks in it over 4 years ago and it still makes me smile whenever I see this yarn appear in knitterdom. I hope they bring you as much joy.

  3. You mean Java doesn’t drive ?

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