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Alaska, Last State in North America, 2017 (No Boat to Hawaii)

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Angel Food Cake and Yarn

Yesterday I baked an Angel food cake.  It was probably the first time in at least five years.  I baked it as a way of saying goodbye to the Angel food Cake pan that sits in the upper cupboard above the refrigerator.  I put it back up there, just in case I need it in the next year and a half, but someday it will much easier to put on the for sale table.  I think it is less expensive to buy an Angel food cake  already baked, and I don't think the standard RV oven is big enough for the pan to fit in.

Today I spent several hours bagging the rest of the yarns I had on shelves of my studio closet.  At one time all of my animal sculptures had crocheted skins.  I think it has been at least twelve years since I switched to using fake fur.  I had tossed a lot of yarns some years ago when I had a water leak.  Some went to the Goodwill a few weeks ago, and now the rest is in the van for drop off tomorrow.



(Not a very exciting picture.)  I wish I was photographing exciting scenic places, but for now empty shelves are an accomplishment.

Not photographed is the wall of fake furs, but they are still in use!

Someday I will get in there and wash or repaint the floor, but for now the only thing that will go in there is packing materials!



Daily countdown:
523 days, or 1 year, 5 months, 5 days to go.
Exercise Goal:
1000 miles on the treadmill,  2.25 miles yesterday, miles today

Total walked = 143 miles
Someday I will be hiking 1000 miles  in National Parks!

4 comments:

  1. Merikay: Great job on cleaning out those shelves. It's a great feeling to declutter! Trust me, the more you do now, the happier you'll be later! Keep it up!!!

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  2. You're making good progress!!!

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  3. It may not be scenic, but empty shelves is a change in scenery! Good for you!

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  4. For people trying to get rid of stuff. Empty shelves are a beautiful sight! We'll be patient for pics from the national parks. One step at a time, we will get there :0)

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