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Yarnalong - the one where I'm back from the bush

Joining Ginny a day late for this week's yarnalong, because I just got back from a blissful week with no phone or internet. 

On my kayaking and bushwalking adventure I took The Light Between Oceans, because it was set in a lighthouse and that seemed appropriate for a trip in Wilson's Promontory. While I sort of enjoyed it it's not a very good book. It changes tense, has some very weak plot devices and it's just not very good.

I knitted on Twist Pullover, which went well and turned out to be a great project for this trip - simple and light. It was such a joy to be able to knit and read in lovely places this week. 

I'll  tell you all about the actual holiday tomorrow, and review the knitwear we took with us too.

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  1. Wilson's Promontory looks like a beautiful place. My husband and I are heading to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore (USA) in a few weeks for 4 days of backpacking along our "ocean" - Lake Superior. I can't wait to unplug and let nature revive my soul.

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    1. Wow, Pictured Rocks looks amazing. If I ever get the chance to hike there I certainly will!

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