I took this photo last night after a quick rainstorm. Red sky at night. See the little guy in the center of the frame? More about him in a moment.
We went to Plymouth today, but it was too hot to walk the historic area. Bummer. We were able to view some things from the car. I did a u-turn in the middle of the road to drive back to this house, which is marked with the year 1662.
Plymouth has a wonderful knitting shop called Knitting Treasures. I have set my knitting aside, where it will stay for a while, but I did buy a couple of crochet hooks, a how-to book and some nice yarn to teach myself to crochet.
Plymouth has a small needlework shop where I picked up this--Whimsey & Whit's Hope's Dwelling Place's Patty Bartlett Sessions.
Some more progress on SlS. Not a great picture because *whispering* I think my parents cornered the market on 40 watt bulbs. Plus the foliage from their old landscaping has grown up over the windows and it's DARK in here. And the smallish windows in this 60's-era house are covered with dark curtains. Gagh! I'm going blind!
Here's the little guy in the first photo.
He was somewhat unafraid and allowed me to get pretty close. I love his little legs.
And the way he hops. Elvis would groom him and I'd feed him up because he looks kind of scrawny. He and his buddies (there were about 5 of them) were feeding in the marshy grass along the tidal pond. Someone said that these rabbits look different than their outside wild bunnies. They're different than our wild bunnies too, which are lighter colored, rounder and not so rangey-looking.
Audrey and I are headed home tomorrow. See you Thursday!