Saturday, October 02, 2010

The Knitters Go Camping - To Great Success!

PhotobucketAs mentioned ages ago, five knitter friends and I all trooped up to a nearby campsite on a rainy Labour Day weekend.

No matter for the rain, since we all had a RAWKIN time. Quickly falling into skill-based roles, we had a campfire cook extrodinairre (see Mousewife's bloggy here!), a wood chopper par excellence (see her bloggy here!), and a couple great fire starters.

I, dear reader, along with a blogless bud, was part of the tarp-stringing team. It's a bloomin good thing for those tarps. We stayed snug and dry all weekend long :)
Pictured right, you see the genius that is Rainbow Fire. A night's worth of entertainment in a tiny packet. I always knew I loved colour; to combine my love for fire as well made me a happy camper indeed.
Hardy har.

Some knitting did go down, as did a fair amount of spinning (from a very talented friend!)

This may be the inaugural year for an annual event!

If you can wrangle together a bunch of knitters, and ya'll like camping, you need to go. It's so much fun.


Julie said...

This looks like it was crazy amounts of fun!!! and rainbow fire, you can't beat that.

LittleCanoe said...

How fun! What a great idea. Hope you didn't use your knitting needles to roast marshmallows!

Allyson said...

Awesome! I love it. I'm planning a knitting camping trip for sure next year! Best idea ever.

Hilary said...

That looks sounds like a TON of fun. My knitting friends and I rarely venture farther than an hour away (and that's just once a year for Stitches West), but I think we need to do something like this!