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Cathy

Lovely mountain views. The only time I have been to the North East, I fell in love with the mountains there - so ancient, so restful looking - and with such stories.

Kerstin

I think your views are just as majestic and impressive as anything found out West. NH is breathtakingly beautiful and you're one lucky lady to live there. If only I could visit more ...

Liz

I love your mountain pics, Kim. As someone who has never been out west, "the mountains" to me are the ones in NH & VT. (and you've left me feeling that we need to plan a getaway one of these days). Thanks for sharing a piece of your world. :)

I almost forgot! We used up your lavender soap...it was awesome! And I spun those little balls I bought from you (not bunny crack, some kind of wool -- purples, magentas). It made some really pretty singles.

debaccuardi

Thank you for the beautiful post:) I read your blog through Bloglines but had to read this beginning on your page today. I love the road trip photos!

Deb

I think we can all accept that there IS life beyond knitting. Who can really object if you talk about other things? I mean if you suddenly talk about only non-knitting things with maybe a trace knitting comment once a month, well, then yours isn't really a knitting blog any more. But it seems unrealistic to expect that knitters never do anything else that's worth talking about. We are well-rounded people, after all! (grin) I figure, talk about what you want to talk about.

margene

The quotes you put up with each post have been very 'soothing' to read. I bought the book thanks to you. The mountain pictures are beautiful! They don't NEED to be 11,000' to be wonderful. Even though your day may have been stressful your post is full of peace. Thanks Kim.

Laura

The suspense is killing me!! I am not a patient person. haha. The look on that alpaca's face is like, "I'm SO ready to get this over with."

Chris

I sooooo love the White Mountains of NH with all those dramatic views! And that trip up Mount Washington via cog railway - wooo! And the top of that mountain! Been there I think 3 times and still need to go back. It's quite compelling.

BTW, I love your quotes from the book.

Anne

Oh, you do make me homesick for the greens of summer! Glad you had a good visit with Terry - she's a dear person. I knew the two of you would get along well!

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