Have I been found yet? I’m not sure… So think I’m still in stealth mode. It may be a few more days of this before folks see any changes… or I see any changes…
In the meantime, I got tired of tripping over the darn warping wheel – I quit procrastinating and finished beaming on the rest of the yarn that I started before I got here. And broke down the warping wheel and stored it away. Secured the spoke part of the warping wheel (minus the spools) to the side of my loom. It has to be taken off to weave, but for travels it is secured with a bungie cord. Tools, equipment, notes all stored and secured for travel. I will not get back to this until my next destination.
|Mary K. on left, her co-worker on right|
Went to breakfast with my friend Mary and her co-worker (Lorie or Laurie?) Sorry, which is it? We went to Gibby’s Dock and Dine, down by the marina at Carolina Beach. I hearty breakfast – eggs, english muffin, home fries, crispy Apple smoked bacon, coffee for $6.59 – incredible price from olden days. They added grits to their breakfast platter instead of home fries. I’ve never gotten the hang of eating grits. They say its like Cream of Wheat, well I never ate that either. Someday, I might have to try it, but not today.
|View from Gibby’s Dock & Dine|
After breakfast Lorie/Laurie wanted to see my rig, so we all headed back to show off my home. After that, Mary & I went and got our haircuts done. My hair has almost grown out from the butcher job (they took a buzz razor to my head on that job) I had right after Thanksgiving. She said it still needs another month to grow out the rest, but am pleased as punch to get back to some resemblance of my normal. Mary was not so pleased with her cut tho. She asked for shoulder length trim and got cut to chin length. Its cute but it took two different gals to get it fine tuned and the 1st gal did not “listen”. Sad. But Mary didn’t end up paying for it, they gave it to her free as they screwed up, which surprised us both.