Beaver Creek Ski Hill (This is what it was our first day of skiing)
Beano's Cabin (A fabulous restaurant)
On our second last night we were pulled up the mountain to Beano's in an open air sled pulled by a grooming machine of all things! The trip up took about 15 minutes (going down took about 10) and was incredible and pretty warm too. They had lined blankets for everyone to bury under. The food there was spectacular too.
We were treated to incredible meals and incredible skiing. The best of our lives in fact. Up at Vail mountain we were skiing in powder up to our knees. Hubby was in his glory because he had someone to go on all the black diamond runs with him plus he got to go skiing 5 days! (3 was enough for me) I managed to get far more stitching in than I thought. I'll post those pictures in a few days.
Here is some stash that was awaiting me when we got home:
32 ct. Lakeside Linen in Butter Cream & Aqua Mist
I signed up for a Linen collector program at Traditional Stitches in Calgary. Janice, the owner, convinced me to give Lakeside Linen a try. I chose 32 ct because that seems to be my go-to fabric count.
Variegated Silk by Hand Dyed Fibers
These came on this little plastic spools which I hated so I made my own floss tags and peeled the stickers with the names off the spools and stuck to the tags. It was kind of finicky but I was not keeping them on the spools. You really see the sheen like this.
Have a great weekend!