The Sock Goes Travelling

I have other knitting, but I can’t show it because the mum’s read my blog. Rest assured, the bundle of babies shall be snuggled in wool. (unless my niece doesn’t give me a great niece. She’s not getting knitting unless I get a girl. I was very good about the great nephew. I adore him. Now give me a little girl.)

Anyway. I went travelling around the island on Saturday. I brought the sock. I took pictures of the sock.

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The sock at Parksville. It wished it had a shovel and bucket for a clam bake.

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The sock in front of the largest Douglas Fir in Cathedral Grove. It felt small.

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The sock in front of Hatley Castle at Royal Roads.

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The sock defending me from attack peacocks. They look placid now, but I had been moving backwards at an alarming rate mere seconds before the sock took control of the situation.

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Easter ducks. The sock was home recovering from the peacock defense situation.

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The sock at a view point off the Malahat. The sock wants you to know it was a long way down but the view to Mount Baker in Washington state was nice. The sock feels very cosmopolitan.

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7 Responses to The Sock Goes Travelling

  1. HereWeGoAJen says:

    A very well traveled sock! The other sock of the pair will be jealous.

  2. loribeth says:

    Never mind the other sock, *I* am jealous!! ; ) It’s been a long time since I’ve been to Victoria, & I have several friends & cousins there or thereabouts. Must schedule a return visit soon…

  3. a says:

    I’m with loribeth (although I’ve never been to Victoria)!

    Looks like a lovely weekend…

  4. Carmen says:

    These photos are making me miss the island 🙁

  5. Linds says:

    I love so many of these places! And now I want to go back! 🙂

  6. Mr Spit says:

    The sock had a wonderful time. The sock’s chauffeur (Mr Spit) had a great time visiting Mrs Spit and driving them around the southern end of the island.

  7. MissingMolly says:

    I love it, and I’m looking forward to more installments of the sock’s adventures. I’m hooked! 🙂

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