|a great way to enjoy derby: LABEL EVERYTHING!|
Right now I'm working on getting other rollergirls to take on some of the stuff that I've been responsible for over the last couple years (namely sound, and some fundraising stuff). The Fundraising Committee is planning a couple events for the next few months and we are building on a super successful year so far. We were volunteering for the PWB Disco-tastic party last weekend and gave away a $500 50/50 prize. We've got the best 50/50 odds in town! (tell everyone!). We've got another bout this Saturday against the St. Albert Rollergirls and we are so excited!
The Prince George Farmer's Markets are in full swing and the Saturday market will be heading outside soon. P&R has great carrots from last year and the beets are really good (I've been getting some every week!) There are also a few new producers at the market, including flours from Vanderhoof, beef from nearby, and a woman doing hydroponic greens (and farming Tilapia in the water?!? whoa) from Chief Lake Rd. It's looking like a great Farmer's Market season. I'm working on booking community tables at the Market for Bike To Work Week this year! I've also got a bunch of other Bike to Work Week things to do, including confirming all the great Celebration Stations! The Cycling Club Bike Swap is coming up and I'm planning on taking some cash and coming home with a new cruiser for myselfish. YEAH!
|vintage baby knits|
I was enjoying knitting 'Saroyan' in Ranco but now it's not as much fun. Once I'm done the baby sweater, I'll get back into it I think. I'm not sure what to do about the length because I think that I can get a longer scarf but because of the yardage from the sock wool. I am really enjoying the colourway, it seemed really sad and boring next to all those beautiful colours in the shelf and it was a marked down hank because it was stained (barely!), I took pity on it and brought it home. Help! Not sure when to start the decreases, I've still got a ton of yarn left