This is the view that greeted me Monday morning when I opened my front door. My neighbour is Race Director for the Endurrun International , a seven stage 160 km running race, and yesterday was the second stage, a 16 km time trial. In that style of race, the runner start one minute apart, slowest runner first and the very fastest runner last. It's a big chase. A very dramatic race to watch the end when the runners are catching up with each other. I have volunteered at this race series for at least the last ten years. It totally fills my week, hence very little stitching of any sort. I spend the week cooking for both the participants and volunteers. This year we expect to feed over 100 people each day.
I did manage to fit in a wee bit of time to work on my temperature scarves. This section represents the temperatures for May. On the left is my scarf for the Waterloo area. On the right is the mystery location, which I'll reveal once it has been given to the intended recipient.
I hope that you've had a bit more stitching time than me. Leave me a comment and I'll drop by for a visit, or add a link to your recent needlework post.