Have you ever tried to grind wheat? Or Corn?
On the way back to Phoenix, we drove to Sedona and then through the Oak Creek Canyon where we spotted this waterfall. There was lots of snow in Flagstaff.
My sister and brother-in-law took us to Madera Canyon for a pleasant hike along the river. (This is also where we saw all those birds.)
The bark on this Alligator Juniper fascinated me.
We enjoyed relaxing and visiting with friends and relatives and also looked forward to the beautiful sunsets and starry skies at night.
And just before leaving the area, we drove to Taliesin West but didn't have time for a tour. Next time maybe?
On the way to the airport, we saw a first, this cell tower disguised as a palm tree. I guess you'd not have to water it! And yes, I did a little knitting, too.
When I saw this Daisy Stitch in a couple of patterns, I just had to give it a try. Both sides are interesting. Soon I will try the mitts pattern where I saw it first.
The blue one is one of my go-to patterns, Grandma's Favorite. I have another favorite started with the leftovers: the Almost Lost Dishcloth. Both are fun to do.
I haven't finished any projects lately except for these two dishcloths, but I have been working on some socks that I hope will one day be finished. Stay tuned for that event!