Archive for January, 2007

Savannah, Dec. 26

Monday, January 1st, 2007

The weather was beautiful on the 26th. Joel drove us all to Savannah, which is about an hour from Hilton Head. I had sort of forgotten that it’s a big seaport, but look at those ships! I got the impression that it’s built on the first high ground that Oglethorpe came to on the river, […]

Monday Dec. 25

Monday, January 1st, 2007

It was a rainy Christmas day on Hilton Head. There’s always a lot of time discussing what we want to do, what and when we’re going to eat, and so on. I try to keep out of it because I’d rather be doing something than talking about it. In the rain there wasn’t much to […]

Sunday Dec 24

Monday, January 1st, 2007

On our way to Charleston, while waiting at Logan for our flight, I had my first substantial knitting-in-public-related conversation. I was working on the entrelac scarf, which was just about in the same state as the picture I posted recently, when a woman about my age walked over and asked what I was working on. […]

were away

Monday, January 1st, 2007

We just got back (well, yesterday, after getting up at 3:15 AM to catch a 6:00 AM flight) from a week on Hilton Head Island, where Arlene’s sister & brother-in-law had invited us to a timeshare condo. I have lots of pictures to post — I took 98, of which 36 survived the first cut […]