Numerical Knitting

August 12, 2008

Is this the moon?

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

4 Comments »

  1. I love 29 Palms/ Joshua Tree. It’s just so alien & the rocks are just amazing to climb!

    Comment by preita — August 12, 2008 @ 11:26 am |Reply

  2. my first reaction: Yes, that does appear to be the moon, up near the top left of center.

    But then I realized you must mean the ground/mountains.

    Comment by bitguru — August 12, 2008 @ 2:01 pm |Reply

  3. Oh! I thought you meant the actual moon too! The ground/mountains just look normal. 🙂

    105 degrees F with humidity would be hell squared. 76 with humidity is hot.

    Comment by Carrie K — August 12, 2008 @ 7:30 pm |Reply

  4. I’ve been meaning to do a thrift shop crawl there. They are supposed to be fantastic.

    Comment by Nic — September 30, 2008 @ 12:30 am |Reply


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