We had a great day wandering in Lunenburg and Mahone Bay. After lunch at Rime we went to The Lunenburg Makery, I love the idea of a Makery. It is a place to create, you can learn to make clothes, and other crafts. I picked up some really cool design books. Worn and Anthology were my favs.
Then we went next door to Luvly. A clothing boutique that specializes in Canadian designers. I found a cute coral dress by Pre-loved.
On we went to Dots and Loops. A store specializing in handmade things. I found a few treasures.
I can’t seem to travel through Mahone Bay without stopping at Have A Yarn. I found some pretty colours of CoBaSi.
Posted in Uncategorized, Knitting, Restaurants, Fashion, Beauty
Tagged luvly, Rime, pre-loved, canadian proud, crafty, creative, worn, apronology, anthology, living with substance and style, CoBaSi
Hanging out in Lunenburg today with D. Lunch at Rime then onto luvly for a new look. Stay tuned for the reviews.
I love this Big Blue yarn, 100% Blue Face Leicester Wool from Mineville, Nova Scotia. It will be turned into a hat soon. A special request from an Archaeology buddy.
Posted in Knitting
What a lovely Tuesday morning knit group at The Wool and Tart.
My second and last day was great. I wish I could stay longer but my job calls. We found some interesting artifacts today. Wood, copper, ceramics and a few mysteries. I’ll have to wait until the analysis happens before I can find out the whole story. With every season there always arises a new question, it keeps you going until the next digging season comes. Here are some photos.
Posted in Archeaology, Art, Gardens and parks, Uncategorized
Tagged 18th century, beautiful day, louisbourg, our history, our story, parks canada, protect history, volunteer
Yesterday was perfect. We found a rainbow at the end.
It’s a peaceful place along the North Shore where we are excavating. Reuniting with the people and places that are familiar now on my seventh season here is something I always look forward to. Being with like minded folks who share this love of history and piecing together the past is something I need like air. It recharges my batteries and clears away the cobwebs from my brain. Here are a few photos from today’s events.