Sky Bridge is a sandstone arch that is pretty famous in the gorge. Both of the formations we visited were easily accessible with paved trails, less than 1/4 mile long. When I think of hiking, I think of dirt trails at the best, at least a mile, and in the woods, not on a paved path. I think the little bit of walking wore out the rest of the crew with the exception of me and Erica. I enjoyed the company, but I was really hoping for much more hiking and a whole heck of a lot more driving. Erica's roommate was really nice and topped off my gas tank at the end of the day, so at least the drive didn't cost me 50 bucks on top of everything.
Sunday, I cranked out scarves after church. I knew I wouldn't get any cranked out today since I'd be on the road and probably would get back too late to feel like cranking out a scarf. I may try to get one done anyways. I also knit in the car today and am to the armhole decreases on the front panel of DF's sweater. I'm hoping to get some more done tonight and get started on the V neck by tomorrow's SnB.
Speaking of tomorrow, instead of the usual Tuesday night SnB at Jane's, we're instead going to a WIzard Rock concert with the Whomping Willows and Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Band. Yep, it's Harry Potter, gives me a chance to wear that cloak I made and the Slytherin tie I bought, and it's live music, all with a Harry Potter theme to it. It should be fun anyways, but I doubt I will get much knitting done.
Until tomorrow, knit on...