|Anchor at Port Gamble, WA|
Ok my fellow blog readers, I need your feedback…
It has come to my attention that the title of this blog “Woven Journey” is a trademark of an e-greeting card company out of Australia since 2009 – . They have known of my existence since I started my blog, but felt it was not necessary to contact me as I do not compete in any way, shape or form with their business. I did an internet search on my title before I ever went online, never found the title. But.. to me it is an honorable thing to change my title as soon as I realized they had the trademark, domain name, etc. So…
Questions that needs your feedback on:
1) Do I continue my blog?
2) If I continue, I need a new title, a few suggestions so far…
a) A Roving Weaver
b) Weaving Trails
c) Road Thrums
d) The Woven Mile
Will accept feedback on the pros and cons on or off-line. So would appreciate help asap! Thanks!
|Pier off of Port Townsend|
On to other tasks, I got my new-to-me Honda CR-V, but forgot to take a picture for this posting. Its color is Kona Metallic (brown). Its a 2014 car with less than 7,000 miles on it. Compared to other used cars in the area, I paid a similar price of those with 80-90,000 miles on their odometer. I found it via USAA Auto Buying Club. Its a basic car, I didn’t want or need bells and whistles – so am pleased as punch on my deal. And it is towable 4 wheels down. Yippee!!! That is, if I decide to tow it. Seriously, I’m not yet in the mindset to tow anything yet. But luck will show itself… a couple here has offered up their Roadmaster towing equipment. All I need is the plate that would go on the car. Haven’t seen their equipment yet, but was just so surprised that they gave me first option to it. I still need to do more research before I go beyond this point.
The car was put thru its paces when I left the dealership in Portland. They gave me wrong directions and it took me 3 hours to reach the Washington state-line from Portland. They led me to Highway 26, and then I took Highway 47 up to Highway 30 and then back to I-5. Ridiculous, but true. What a wild ride thru unknown territory, back roads, tons of switchbacks and pitch black country. The car handled fabulously, as I knew it was capable of… but egads Melinda… got back to Chimacum around 2 o’clock in the morning.
And…. I have acquired free, a woman’s bike with a basket. Needs air in the tires, cleaned up the bit of rust that’s on it, but darned if I don’t have a bicycle. Can’t be happier.
My dear friend, Cheri, and her husband are here at Chimacum for a week. Super neat to see them and show them some of the places I have found. Such as outstanding fiber stores… smiling here. Cheri & I spent part of the afternoon spinning fiber into yarn in the clubhouse today. Hope to get a chance to do a wee bit more of this before they head back to Alaska.