Not much knitting done. Travel back on Sunday took through Monday, with delayed planes and car trouble. They don't tell you that letting a hybrid car sit for three weeks in the Texas summer heat without driving it is a recipe for completely depleting the battery. The good news is if you find the right car mechanic, they have a magic box that allows you to start the car and then you just drive until the battery charges back up. But it takes the right mechanic and there was a small bit of being stranded and losing sleep for a night.
But hoping to be back on track now. Projects have not progressed that much, other than the Shetland Tea Shawl, where I am VERY close to being finished the edging. Most people find that boring, but I haven't. Maybe because I was on vacation and needed mindless knitting. It's hard to tell from the picture but I am close.
Just a few last beach pictures because I'm missing my daily walks.
This sign in this picture is Latin and translates to "while I breathe, I hope." It is generally attributed to Cicero but is also the state motto of South Carolina. It is hard to see but there are parts of an old broken boat around this - therefore the upside down South Carolina flag as a distress sign.
So keep breathing and hoping. And check out all the great fiber works at Tami's