We had crashed late on Thursday night in Utah, so it took us a while to get started on Friday morning. With the trays emptied, rabbits watered, and soon reloaded, we were back on the road.
There were still mountains to travel through as we headed in to Wyoming. Most of Wyoming is pretty flat, and boring, and almost sleep inducing.
Luckily, I had my trip knitting to work on. Those are the boxers for the KAL that we are running at BlackSheep. We finally made it through Wyoming and into Colorado. I had to make one stop in Colorado.
Yep. I finally made it. How many years have I shopped at the Loopy Ewe? Wanted to visit, but never did. I finally, made it to the shop. It was beautiful. So yarny and fabricy and glorious.
Mmmm. Yes. I only had 20 minutes here before they closed. It was pretty warm for the rabbits too, so would have hurried either way. I came away with just 2 skeins and 3 yards of fabric, but that is a tale for another day.
We hurried on from the Loopy Ewe and continued on late into the night into Kansas for the last leg of our journey.