Sunday, May 6, 2012

Sunday at the Lake

This was the most relaxing weekend since we started the renovation last Fall. On Saturday, we messed around in the garden, moving plants in preparation for a fence going up on Monday morning. Fingers crossed about that, but never mind.

On Sunday we took the Thruway to the rez, and then up to the lake, stopping for lunch on the way. It's a big lake. Usually there's a stiff breeze off it but at midday today, it was almost completely calm. 


K brought me a lawn chair to sit in since I'm still staggering around in a boot. Little waves were lapping on the shore...


I got going on my knitting while he went for a walk. This is the diamond knit centre for a Cobweb Crepe. Can't seem to get away from that pattern.


Lake Ontario is so big, you can't see the other side. Hmmm. Matching knitting.


Everything was perfect. There were masses of Admiral Butterflies landing on the Dandelions. Sorry, no photos of them. I didn't want to move.






4 comments:

Mary Lou said...

I was on the North Shore of Lake Superior this weekend, but it was cold and rainy. I got a brief walk in between showers. The waves and wind were wonderful, though. It was a knitting retreat, so the weather was perfect. If I'd known you were on the lake, I could have sent a bottle down the seaway.

shandy said...

What an amazing contrast in such a short space of time! Here we go in for grey skies and drizzle. It's been over a month now...

Raveller said...

It's grey and rainy here in Western NY today too. The heating still comes on sometimes. It's been a very strange Spring. You have to get outside while you can.

Raveller said...

It's grey and rainy here in Western NY today too. The heating still comes on sometimes. It's been a very strange Spring. You have to get outside while you can.