It’s Day 174 of the Windy Wessagusset Scarf. I knitted my four rows in stockinette stitch to show the wind speed was 0-9 mph. The wind velocity was 7 mph at 9:00 am today. I used Spring Green Super Saver worsted weight yarn to indicate the wind was from the northeast (NE). It started out very foggy this morning, where aside from the houses across the street, you couldn’t see the world. The temperature was in the high 60s, but the humidity was 96% thanks to the fog. The first two landscape photos show the situation as it was at 9:00 am today, while the last two photos show the fog bank hanging on near Boston, and beyond windmill in Hull at about 4:00 pm. It is strange having fog hanging on this late in the day. I’d venture a guess that the colder water temperatures, and higher air temperatures have something to do with with that. I really like fog. There is something about that blanket covering everything, and muffling sounds that I find comforting. All I’d really like to hea…

It’s Day 174 of the Windy Wessagusset Scarf. I knitted my four rows in stockinette stitch to show the wind speed was 0-9 mph. The wind velocity was 7 mph at 9:00 am today. I used Spring Green Super Saver worsted weight yarn to indicate the wind was from the northeast (NE). It started out very foggy this morning, where aside from the houses across the street, you couldn’t see the world. The temperature was in the high 60s, but the humidity was 96% thanks to the fog. The first two landscape photos show the situation as it was at 9:00 am today, while the last two photos show the fog bank hanging on near Boston, and beyond windmill in Hull at about 4:00 pm. It is strange having fog hanging on this late in the day. I’d venture a guess that the colder water temperatures, and higher air temperatures have something to do with with that. I really like fog. There is something about that blanket covering everything, and muffling sounds that I find comforting. All I’d really like to hear is a foghorn blaring away to warn ships at sea about the land they are approaching, but we don’t seem to have one in these days of computerized shipping. ((Sigh)) Be safe our there. .
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It’s Day 174 of the Windy Wessagusset Scarf. I knitted my four rows in stockinette stitch to show the wind speed was 0-9 mph. The wind velocity was 7 mph at 9:00 am today. I used Spring Green Super Saver worsted weight yarn to indicate the wind was from the northeast (NE). It started out very foggy this morning, where aside from the houses across the street, you couldn’t see the world. The temperature was in the high 60s, but the humidity was 96% thanks to the fog. The first two landscape photos show the situation as it was at 9:00 am today, while the last two photos show the fog bank hanging on near Boston, and beyond windmill in Hull at about 4:00 pm. It is strange having fog hanging on this late in the day. I’d venture a guess that the colder water temperatures, and higher air temperatures have something to do with with that. I really like fog. There is something about that blanket covering everything, and muffling sounds that I find comforting. All I’d really like to hear is a foghorn blaring away to warn ships at sea about the land they are approaching, but we don’t seem to have one in these days of computerized shipping. ((Sigh)) Be safe our there. .
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#WindyWessagussetScarf #redheartyarn #springgreen
#winddirectionNE #supersaver #worstedweight #patterns #yarnknitting #knittingisbest #yarn #knitting #knitinpublicdaily #skeins #bobbin #knittersofinstagram #instagramknitter #knitstagram #7mphwindspeed #stockinettestitch

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