This is going to be a very short post, since our internet access here is slowwwwww. We’re in a cabin outside Glacier Park for a week with my sisters and their spouses. It’s glorious, we’re having a blast, but the photos will mostly have to wait till later. Here’s one:


I did finish John’s socks the day we got here, just in time for Father’s Day. He put them right on and wore them for three days straight, so I think he likes them. I’ll post a photo later. That’s the new sock up there. It’s Lorna’s Laces sock yarn, the color name is Live Long & Prosper. It’s the colors of the Star Trek uniforms. What can I say, it amused the geek in me.

That’s all for now. The thing to do when the internet is slow is to take it as a sign and turn off the devices. I’ll post more photos when we get home.

About Lorette

My name is Lorette. I learned to knit in 1999, and took up spinning in 2009. I'm a physician specializing in internal medicine, and live in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy my blog!


Montana! — 4 Comments

  1. Have you seen mad color fiber arts clubs? Most of them are super geeky, she has vibrant colors, but they are awesome

  2. Sounds awesome!! I stayed at a friend of a friend’s family cabin in East Glacier a decade or so ago and loved it. 🙂

  3. Soooo beatiful! And to share it with your family! What could be better?
    (The sock is beautiful too, but I was talking about the scenery!)

  4. Hello, doc! I’m a knitting pharmacist who loves the PNW even though I no longer live there. I can’t believe I didn’t take up knitting until after I’d moved back home to Indiana. What a great knitting community I left behind without even knowing it! I’m glad to be going to my third Men’s Fall Knitting Retreat at Dumas Bay, Washington, just north of Tacoma on the sound. Anyway, I just discovered your blog and before I even read much of it I knew I had to write you. I wish you all the best! Feel free to hit me with any pharmacist questions. (Like, why do pharmacists always . . . ?? etc.)