Skrilla Knits

Knitting has long been considered antiquated, something for grandmas and whipped little housewives. That just isn't true. Knitting is one of those minute to learn, lifetime to master deals, and I'm in it for the long haul.

8.06.2006

It's TOO NICE!

To stay indoors. So Eric and I finally went to Look Park. It just made us want to go camping or hiking for real, but it was nice to be out in the lovely non-scorching sunshine. Plus, there was a petting zoo!


Pigmy Goat butt! I swear he was posing for the people on the other side of the fence.

Spooning bunnies!

This guy was so mellow!

Even though we didn't have any wholesome foods to offer.

The best/worst part of the day was watching a crappy Dad climb over barriers to take close-up pictures of a bald eagle. Bad example, Pops. He also called a pair of owls "fuckers" for not doing anything interesting for him to photograph. They're nocturnal, genius! Not to mention caged.

Good day,

Cirilia

5 Comments:

Blogger princessliak said...

Some people are so dense! There was a woman at a zoo in Alaska who climbed a fence to take a photo of a polar bear and ended up with her leg in his mouth!

6:21 AM  
Blogger Melissa said...

Nice that they let you feed the sheep if you're prepared with wholesome foods. We've watched adults to some pretty insensitive and amazingly stupid things at parks and zoos. They seem unaware that there's any living thing on earth besides themselves. Sad really. Owls don't vogue, generally. Moron. Lemme at him...

7:01 AM  
Blogger melissa lynn said...

i love look park.
goat butts! my family used to raise goats, i love them. they often enjoyed eating wholesome snacks like the cedar siding on our house.

4:51 PM  
Blogger Spark said...

hey, a (non-knitter) friend of mine is coming to Noho this weekend, and i asked her to stop in and pick some stuff up for me. would you maybe be willing to put a little bag o'yarn together for me, and she could just buy it? you could even throw a skein in there for yourself :-) i was thinking maybe the newest Valley Yarns and anything else wonderful you can think of, between $40 & $50? i totally trust your judgement.

7:27 AM  
Blogger I smell yarn. said...

I love it when dumb people get eaten by animals.

5:53 PM  

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