My girls are on spring break this weekend and my hubby took the week off to watch them while they are at home. I thought it would be a great time to take them camping. We like to do it at least once a year, but it seemed like the rest of Texas thought it would be a great weekend as well. All of the choice spots were full. We wound up staying at Goliad State Park, which I would recommend if you are a Texas history buff. The missions and fort are really cool, and the nature trails are perfect for little hikers.
I pulled a Sheryl on this trip and decided that I MUST have a kerchief to wear on the day that we left. I whipped one up on the way there, and it served me well. My hubby told me that I looked like an amish woman, but WHATEVER...I liked it. In the above picture, I'm wearing said kerchief and working on a Louisa Harding sweater from her new book Swallowtails. Louisa Harding is one of my favorite yarn lines. If you want to try a truly lux yarn in amazing colors, I highly recommend.
I may be roughing it, but I refuse to rough it when it comes to yarn. That's how I roll.