|Indigo Challenge Fabric|
I guess that sounds just a little bit kinky!
I finished up the Indigo Challenge Fabric for the Searching for Roy G Biv Challenge. I had to get it done early as I am heading out to San Francisco on Saturday for a week. I'm really looking forward to the trip.
My husband and I were out there three years ago. It was our first trip together as empty nesters. What a fabulous time we had! It was during that trip that bridge trekking was hatched. You see, like many people, my husband does not enjoy driving over large bridges, especially over water. He figured that if he could walk over a bridge, he could drive over it. Walking and then driving over the Golden Gate became his goal. In the meantime, we have had many wonderful treks (and some interesting adventures) walking over bridges in D.C., NYC, Pennsylvania, West Virginia as well as London and Paris.
So... we are going back to San Francisco, in part, to walk over the Golden Gate Bridge. I will certainly blog about our adventure. We will also spend days eating delicious food and seeing some of the sites and museums we missed last time. I'd like to ask if any of you have suggestions for interesting fiber, craft, bead or art stores in San Francisco. We will be visiting the Craft Museum as well as a museum in Berkeley that specializes in lace. Any other suggestions would be most welcome.
I will also be on the search for Indigo. For those of you considering playing along this month, the rules of the game are here. The next Challenge date is Thursday, October 18 and as you can guess, the color is Indigo. Playing makes you eligible to win the Challenge Fabric.