We head back to Eugene this afternoon. I've been checking the melting progress via a webcam in a park in Eugene and it looks like there is a wee bit of snow left, but hopefully that will be gone by the time we get home.
No rain, no snow, just plenty of sun. It was almost 60 on Saturday and at the end of the day I took a barstool onto the deck and just enjoyed the sun. The sunset was gorgeous:
We worked, read, walked the dogs, and enjoyed the rainless days. This has been the nicest weekend since the summer, and it makes us look forward to the upcoming summer.
One more hood
I finished the Elinor Lipman book "Good Riddance" which was short and fun and also finished "Half of What You Hear" by Kristyn Kusek Lewis which ended so dully I couldn't remember if I finished it or not. Now I"m reading "The Hunting Party" which is dark and mysterious and set in Scotland in a snowstorm. I like it.
I signed up for the Cozy Blue Handmade club where you get a little project every month for embroidery. You can use any stitches you wish, and I'm going to use these to try new embroidery stitches. I worked on this one in the sun:
One last photo of the sunrise.