Ken and I went to a SCD dance workshop in Redmond, OR, this past weekend. This was the first time I could actually dance (as opposed to just walking) since my foot surgery. I still can't do everything, dancing in tight curves is more painful for instance, but I'm getting some spring back in those toes. Of course, having been far less active in the last six months than normally, my legs are really out of shape. And after taking most of the weight on my right leg for so long, my right knee is fussing a bit. I need to tone up those muscles again. Part of the problem I had on Saturday at the workshop was pain in my right knee when using it to spring upwards. I was having more trouble with that then with my left foot! Argh!!
These are pictures of a gorge in the mountains east of Bend, along
highway 20, formed when a prehistoric ice dam broke. I was too busy
dancing to take pics of the workshop, so these are the only pictures I
got. Fortunately Ken took some of the workshop.
I've been making progress on the cowl I'm crocheting. I've reached 14.5 inches. 5.5 more inches to go. I hope to finish stitching this week. Then I can block it and sew on the
buttons. It's meant as a gift for someone, but I don't know when I'll give
it - for Christmas or sometime next year.