After enjoying a few balmy days with temps in the 60s (teens in Celsius), we’re hunkering down for a storm that may drop 15″ (38 cm) of snow by tomorrow night.
Yesterday the clouds started rolling over the mountains in an ominous way. I think the geese are going to fly a bit further south…
Fortunately I had the foresight to stop at the grocery store and stock up on provisions in case my little car won’t be able to manage the roads for a few days. I’ve got chili simmering on the stove for a hearty dinner … and hopefully plenty of leftovers if we do get snowed in.
Best of all, I’ settling in to knitting in front of the fire. Today’s project is a cowl I’ve designed specifically for the Knit For Fun Retreat in Park City, Utah (April 28 to May 1). The gradient yarn is custom-dyed by Vice Yarns and will be available at the retreat.
Here’s wishing you are have the necessities to survive whatever the weather holds for you!