Stop the Southern Reliability Link!

Southern Reliability Link
Part of the Union Transportation Link during autumn

Almost every Thursday I walk with a friend up and down a short stretch of the Union Transportation Trail, a beautiful trail that was once part of a railroad that ran between Pemberton and Hightstown.  Besides good conversations, we enjoy the flora and fauna that surrounds us.  There are several streams that flow under the bridges we cross.  I often stop to take photos of the various plants we come across.  It’s a small gem hidden away in a bustling state that people normally associate with city life.  However, this is all being threatened by a proposed high-pressure gas line that will run close by if it is allowed to be constructed.

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The Seraphina Shawl Lights up the Skies

I finally finished one of the Seraphina Shawls I did in Lion Brand Homespun Harvest.  Whatcha think?  She’s so fuzzy!  Almost too fuzzy as she is shedding more than the rabbits are.

My Harvest Seraphina Shawl
My Harvest Seraphina Shawl

Since the yarn is so thick it didn’t take much time.  But she did gobble up almost five skeins of yarn!  And now that I have the pattern memorized, it was so easy!  All I can do is gush about my new friend.

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Concentration and Teaching the Basics

Have you ever tried to concentrate with two rambunctious bunnies causing trouble and making a racket?  It’s not easy.  One is bounding all over the living room like a drunken ping pong ball while the other is nibbling away at one of the plastic tunnels even though she knows she shouldn’t.  If they weren’t so darn cute, it would be rabbit stew for dinner.  (Just kidding!)

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