The weather in the Yukon was glorious this weekend. Clear blue skies, just enough of a wind to keep the bugs away, and temperatures in the 20s Celsius (70s Fahrenheit).
Which of course meant nearly the entirety of Whitehorse abandoned the city and went camping.
We didn't go too far, just out to a campground less than an hours drive from the city. We'd normally go further, but a group of Darryl's friends were there and saved us a spot, and we just wanted to camp so weren't picky.
It was also glorious.
Granted, I was sort of grumpy at knit night, so I didn't make much progress before I tossed it aside and pestered everyone else instead.
Anywho, the pattern is inspired by Socks on a Plane, which was my original plan for this yarn. However, as I discovered on my brother's pair of socks, I really don't like toe-up, and those are toe up. So I figured I'd just do a basic top-down sock and add a cabled twist down one side.
Okay, that's a lot of babble about a sock. I owe you guys a MMMay update, but I was slack about taking photos last week, so I'll have to come up with something to show those. We'll see!
How was you're weekend? Was the weather dreamy in your neck of the woods? I know it wasn't in Manitoba - my Mom is half-tempted to move out here with me right now. :D