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I suppose there's stuff I could show--one mitt for Audrey and a design I've thought about submitting, which requires the total brain damage of writing it up and fixing all the uh-ohs from the beta version, an expensive proposition. If I decide not to submit it, trust me, you'll see it in all its imperfect glory.

Anyone watch “Men in Trees“? We're quite smitten. But I've got to say--the characters are supposed to be plunged in the middle of an Alaskan winter and yet the sun's always shining and Anne Heche bounces around wearing these low-cut cashmere sweaters. I can tell you right now, my decollete isn't seeing the light of day until May, at the earliest. Brrrrrr.

P.S. Good news for those of us freezing our decolletes off: Punxsutawney Phil predicts an early spring.

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February 2. 2007 00:59

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Haven't watched "Men in Trees" yet but from the accidental peeks it looks cute but I'm with you on the Alaskan winter (of course it could be warmer up there right now but I don't think so).  I'm up in the mountains in CO and not getting hit as hard as the front range (can't believe last month was only the eighth coldest January on record).  But I was thinking as I was walking up my driveway to go to work(has a couple of inches of solid ice on it, don't ask.....) and thinking I'M SICK OF THIS @#$%& COLD!!!!!!  I could whip up another turtleneck but even turtles don't live in this kind of weather!
I could use a breath of Spring but I guess I'll settle for a look at the Spring mags with their fresh knitting patterns.  We just have to hold out a little longer.

Barbara |

February 2. 2007 03:20

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I have watch MiT from time to time but it bugs the hell out of me that she isn't covered up and never seems cold!  We're well cover here in UT this time of year and it's nothing like Alaska.  

margene |

February 2. 2007 08:28

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Like "Men in Trees" very much...but dont like the switch from Friday to Thursday...Lots of interesting things about the show, but I think Anne Heche should cut her hair...shorter would be much more attractive.

At least "Northern Exposure" had winter-like conditions...it seems perpetually summer for MiT...and without the flies and mosquitoes!

John |

February 3. 2007 10:46

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So, my guess is P. Phil predicted early spring for Pennsylvania. Based on what I'm seeing out my windows, Colorado's in for a longer snowy haul. BRRR! Cashmere up to the CHIN. Or, better yet, qiviut. Turns out that stuff's durable. The qiviut gaiter I have has been a blessing this winter and is tolerating steady, hard wear very well.

Deborah Robson |

June 29. 2007 12:04

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So, my guess is P. Phil predicted early spring for Pennsylvania. Based on what I'm seeing out my windows, Colorado's in for a longer snowy haul. BRRR! Cashmere up to the CHIN. Or, better yet, qiviut. Turns out that stuff's durable. The qiviut gaiter I have has been a blessing this winter and

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