We went to Narrow-gauge Railway Museum!!! And we managed to buy tickets for a short ride through forest! This place is extremely popular among families, especially on Sundays, so tickets are sold out quickly.
We had to wait for our turn for a while, so we had time to peek into every corner of the station.
We also had the opportunity to meet the dog who lives there. He greets every returning train with his wiggling tail, and he is not at all bothered by hundreds of people going in and out.
|"Why should I be? I OWN the place"|
So we finally squeezed into a tiny carriage, and went for a short, VERY LOUD trip.
It was worth all the waiting, and so so much fun!
The train part did not take us long, and we continued this lovely afternoon in our favourite park..
We were lucky to find the last parking spot on the parking lot (yay to me for squeezing in!).
This time of the year sunlight reaches the bottom of the forest, so it is full of white and yellow flowers. And it smells of garlic because of the Bear's garlic (or wood garlic) that grows almost all around.
Last week we completed all of our new apartment paperwork, and now we just have to move in.
Unfortunately I will have to leave Korek at my parent's place. He is a 9-years-old doggo, and it would be cruel to take him away from his very own garden. I will visit him often though! It is less than a kilometer away.
I did make him a sorts of a parting gift:
A Blanket of Shame! I started a while ago, and it was meant to be a sweet vengeance for all yarn balls he stole and drooled upon. I used all pinkish acrylics I could find, and combined them in simple C2C crochet blankie. I used the Corner to Corner C2C Corner Start Tutorial by Lauri Bolland. And I am very pleased with the result.
So is the new owner! :) He took it away while I tried to get a decent picture.
He surely looks great in pink!
Have a nice afternoon!
PS.: Guess who's getting a set of interchangeables for birthday next week? Aaand who got himself a complementary skein of hand painted artistic yarn? :3