Talk to me, Dance with me (miss_westenra) wrote in wwuknitters,
Talk to me, Dance with me

Tomorrow's trip?

It seems the easiest way to get there by bus would be to take the 105 heading to downtown and get off on Magnolia. Then, somehow, find the place. I'll print out and bring a map. I promise to remember this time.

Maybe around 2:30 meet at whatever bus stop is easiest for you and get on the 105 (you may be waiting there anywhere from 10-20 minutes. Bundle up.) All of us need some knitted thing carried along to distinguish us, since we will meet on the bus.

If anyone has a definate form of transportation that is superior to the bus, speak now!! We can always plan to meet somewhere on campus that is convenient for you.

If you plan to go, keep checking this community for updates tonight and tomorrow. This seems to be a good tentative plan for now. Any disagreements?
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indeed! the bus in front of birnam wood leaves at 5 after every half hour i think.

i'll be the one dragging the sad looking boy with me... and the start of a sleeve :)
i'm having lunch with my mom, but i'll try to make it back! i need a pair of 8s.
the bus leave BW @ 2:18pm, i better see a maggie there otherwise i'll cry.

i saw the NW handspun place last time i went downtown, so i should be able to find it again if i don't see any of you all on the bus.
Not according to the website....

Are you looking at sunday?

I will get on the bus around BT, so you should see me.
Today, Saturday, the 105 leaves from in front of the library at 2. I'll take that one and have a blue scarf in progress. I'll also make a name tag for myself! See you in about half an hour!
okay dokey

see you at 2:48:)

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On the way to the yarn store today I keep introducing myself to people (5 total) hoping they would be loudxmouse or miss_westenra. I bought some size 10.5 double pointed needles and four skeins of varigated yarn to make legwarmers. I'll post pictures when I finish them. But I still can't believe I met 5 people who knit on my short trip from western to the yarn store!

Raincreature - is that a knitted puppet you're holding in your picture?