There were some completely lovely comments on my last (quite whiny, really) post about wrist pain and time away from knitting – thank you lovely commenters!
I’m still on my knitting break, so I don’t have anything yarny to show you. I did go on a lovely rainy walk, though, and I thought I’d share some of the best bits.
I started out near the inner harbour, which I kind of love on gray days.
This time of year, Victoria also has lots of cherry blossoms – super pretty!
AN ADORABLE SNAIL!!!
There was some fiber-ey content – I passed three or four of Victoria’s giant spindle whorl sculptures (more on them here – they’re called “Signs of Lekwungen”, and honour the Coast Salish). I love, love, love having such amazing and public connections to fiber arts in my city!
It’s 100% spring here, so flowers are happening!
There’s also a series of sculptures around the harbour of hands doing a variety of things. I both love them AND think they’re super super creepy :)
I love my city, and walking is definitely a good thing; I’m still looking forward to getting back to knitting, though!