Trap number 4 nearing completion.
Big Announcement: I'm not casting on another Trap next.
I am casting on something similar that I found on Ravelry last night.
Confession: I need to find, purchase and knit with Pink yarn.
I don't know what's come over me. Perhaps Pank is the new blue for me.
The weather was most comfortable for going to the zoo yesterday.
Lincoln Park Zoo is one of the very few free zoos in the USA.
It is in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Chicago.
DePaul University is in Lincoln Park and we got to enjoy the area when Zachary studied there for 4 years.
Nine year old niece Maria took all the zoo photographs for us. Big sisters Emogene and Elizabeth are lovely ….
She shot 177 frames with our Nikon DX.
She wants to be a journalist.
The Great Apes were active and playful while we visited yesterday. They are indoors here so the glass is a bit dirty. You can see the ape whose hand is being bitten, showing his teeth.
I share concerns about captive wild animals in zoos,
but I am selfish and love to see these creatures.
We saw some lovely flowers at the zoo as well.
So many people, enjoying the day with their children.
Orthodox Jews and Muslims in their cultures' dress were mingling with Hispanics, Caucasians and African Americans.
It was a lovely thing and I think Noah himself played a part in it.
Thanks for your book suggestions. I am looking up each and every one of them. It is interesting how we knitters, love to read too. I always get many comments on book suggestion posts.
Happy Summer Solstice