It is a wonderful day to travel. Sunny, not too hot. We got a good start and made our way to the Grand Island Bridge in NY.
Crossed over that and into Canada we went via the Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls. The crowd was small, the wait was short and we did not look like a threat to Canada, so they let us in! I did have my knitting needles in my hand during the interview, but I guess he just thought me to be quite harmless!!!!
On up the Niagara River we went to stop at the most beautiful Niagara On The Lake. Years (and we are talking 25 years) ago my husband and I went to the Shaw Festival there and fell in love with this little town. It was like crossing the pond and going to England!!!
There was a darling yarn and fabric shop. See for yourself:
All the streets are decorated in just the mostly lovely displays of flowers.
We left this quaint town and headed on our way across Ontario to Michigan. All of a sudden in the middle of clear blue sky appears this dark gray storm cloud. We drove thru it and came out of the storm very clean and back into blue skies! I just kept knitting, knitting and knitting!
We crossed into Michigan over the bridge at Port Huron, MI to this lovely sight.
And I was happy and tired when we reached the end of this days journey here in Imlay City, MI at a nice but cheap Super 8. And thanks to the nasty storm clouds I got these done!!!!
My flip flop socks are done. I am throwing that Paton pattern away and using my own for my next pair. But for my tomorrow road project I am going to work on my Wingspan shawlette.
Going to bed, I am tired!