Whirlwind tour of the last month as seen in Saturday Skies:
This Saturday just past was gray and cooler, but finally in the last few days I have seen incontrovertible signs of spring.
Buds on my mother-in-law Helen’s crabapple tree, among other signs. Yes!
The Saturday before, we (the family) were taking the train to Chicago for a special outing. The girls had never been on the train before. The RockStar, who was unconvinced beforehand, has declared it the only way to travel now!
Archetypal Chicago Skyscraper cityscape view upon arriving last Saturday:
(did you see the plane with contrail?)
and the sky behind Navy Pier on an early evening expedition:
Going backwards in time:
The previous Saturday was the day I was supposed to leave Seattle (um, yeah. More about that later). A lot of moving from place to place that day, so multiple Saturday Sky pictures, actually.
Saturday Sky as seen from the Kingston-Edmonds Ferry, leaving Port Ludlow and Sock Camp: with another ferry in the picture,
I caught an airplane going overhead from the ferry also.
Later in the day, Saturday Sky behind the EMP (Experience Music Project/SciFi Museum) and the Space Needle.
(You can see it was a gorgeous day in the Seattle area! Of course: it was the day I was (supposed to be) leaving….)
Then, at my friend Astrid’s house:
No, the spider’s not on your screen, nor was it in Astrid’s and Greg’s house, but on the outside of the porch sliding door! Here’s a prettier view sans arachnid….beautiful lakeside sunset in a safe harbor on the shore of Martha Lake.
A week before, I got on the train in the evening to leave for Sock Camp, after a very busy day. So the only picture I have of the Saturday Sky is a blurry twilight picture from the moving train, as we crossed over the Mississippi just after leaving the station.
Oh, and a picture of black almost-midnight sky over a different Mississippi River Bridge as we went through Minneapolis, a few hours later.
Yes, it’s been an eventful set of Saturdays! Sorry to keep teasing about Sock Camp….despite kmkat‘s valiant efforts to persuade my work to ‘let her knitter go’, it was another busy weekend. Besides which, I took over 1000 pictures at Sock Camp and on the train. And, frankly, condensing does not come naturally to me: I want to show you ALL the best pictures and tell you EVERYTHING! But that would take a very long time.
If you come over and knit sometime, and want to see, I’ll show and tell you everything. In the meantime, I’ll work on the Reader’s Digest version. (Before I leave again on Thursday….)