The PTSD conference ended in time for me to walk to the train station with time to spare.
A bit over 3 hours later George was to pick me up in Singen . Since I had a choice, being able to avoid train chages means that I can really settle in with my knitting and MP3 player. (This particular town dates from Herzog Burkhard III 919-973).
Traveling on to Bodman-Ludwigshafen, there is this lovely little hotel overlooking the water. Even more impressive is the restaurant at the Immengarten with wonderful food, presentation and not the big city prices.
It was dark, late and I had eaten a sandwich on the train, mores the pity.
I finished up the Wyvern on the train.
And then started the Sept Peacocks from Chameleon Colorworks –
I adore the colours which are peacock and the pattern makes the eye of the tail. I think this is one of the most reasonable sock clubs going and the dying is superb.
Short Straw by Stuart Woods finished only 15 minutes before arrival. It is amazing how fast you can get through 6 disks when you are hiking 45 minutes three mornings in a row plus a train ride.
I went back to Fluke to start disk 7.