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Denmark

I know the answer to the Danish prince’s question; “To be or not to be…” Sadly it is not to be.  I should be packing not writing about not traveling.  The big trip of my 2020 travel itinerary (as planned pre-pandemic) was to be a “fiber adventure in Copenhagen & the Faroe Islands” with Rowan Tree Travels.  My Danish nine days was to include the traditional highlights of Copenhagen (the Tivoli Gardens and the Amalienborg Palace) as well as visiting local yarn stores and enjoying a smørrebrød before flying to the Faroe Islands.  And, in case you need a geographic reference (like I did) here is a quick Wikipedia fact … “a North Atlantic archipelago, about 200 miles north-northwest of Scotland, and half way between Norway and Iceland”.  I would have spent five days touring the Faroe Islands visiting sheep farms and studying with fiber artists to learn traditional pattern work.  All with a small group of 12-14 knitting enthusiasts.  Now my international knitting escapade must wait for safe times in 2021.

3 thoughts on “Denmark

  1. Beautiful garden bounty and lovely knitting — I enjoyed a bit of time on your blog. Thanks for following More Time at the Table. I’ll look forward to seeing you there. It’s not Denmark, but it is Colorado. Wishing you a sunny day, Alyce Morgan

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