Numerical Knitting

August 13, 2008

Found the moon

Filed under: General — by bethc @ 12:09 am

Wind Farm outside Santa MonicaStaying on the high desert was an experience, and I still think the landscape looks like the moon… but today we drove to Palm Springs past a giant and magnificent wind farm. Hopped on a puddle-jumper and landed in LA. Diner on the Santa Monica Pier, and I found the moon, over the ferris wheel!
Moon over Santa Monica Ferris Wheel

August 12, 2008

Is this the moon?

Filed under: General,Knitting — by bethc @ 11:14 am

29 Palms CA
29 Palms CAI am now in the high desert of CA, in Twenty-Nine Palms to be exact. The landscape is so different from anything I have seen before. They were complaining that it’s been so humid here this summer, almost 20% most days they say… I just had to laugh after life in DC I’m getting dehydration headaches here! Also, you know what, even with no humidity 105 is hot!

String bag in progressOne good thing about repeated cross-country trips is knitting time! This is the Elisa’s Nest Tote knit in Hempathy. It’s one of my Ravelympics projects.

Today I move to Santa Monica, should be more humidity there! Don’t forget about my contest

August 7, 2008


Filed under: General,Knitting — by bethc @ 11:56 am

Time for a contest! Answer the three questions below and be entered to win the answer to question 3.

  1. Where did I spend the night on Monday August 4, 2008 (city and state)?
  2. What band did B and I see live in concert last night (Wednesday August 6, 2008)?
  3. What book did Interweave send me by mistake?

Need a little more help? Here are some clues:

View from the hotel window on Monday

Really bad photos from the concert

I ordered a bunch of books from Interweave at their hurt book sale. Six of these are ones I ordered, one is not.

So, leave me a comment with your answers by August 15, 2008 and if you are correct you will be entered in a drawing to win the book I got, and don’t want! I’m sure I’ll throw in some other goodies as well.

Have fun!

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