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Old 02-18-2005, 08:58 PM   #11
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LOL Holly...on your next trip to Mexico, if you do find a LYS, make sure that you keep that trip and the tequila seperate!!!!
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Old 02-20-2005, 12:53 PM   #12
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It's a GRAND idea! I travel with my job and always do a search to find LYS's either in the city/town where I'll be working or somewhere along my route when driving. I've met some totally awesome shopkeepers and knitters along the way. This actually works quite well for me as the closest LYS is 30 miles away and it's not in a spot that I need to go there for any other reason. So I am never to far from a LYS when (which is often) I need/want more yarn, books, accessories. I'm totally fine with this arrangement!

If/when you undertake this endeavor you could do some research and find out about local knitting groups/guilds and perhaps sit and knit with them at one of their meetings.
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Old 02-20-2005, 10:36 PM   #13
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Great idea YarnMommy! I bet you could come up with some neat project ideas, just being in those regions, for inspiration!

Jouf, love the idea of biking and knitting! LOL. Actually, if you were in the back of a tandem, it could really work out! Might make for slow, lazy biking though. Hard to imagine knitting and pushing yourself hard for a work out at the same time! But hey, I guess anything's possible!

Speaking of which.... has anyone ever tried working out at a gym and knitting? You could totally knit while on the treadmaster or stationary bike! Now THERE'S a thought!

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Old 02-20-2005, 11:41 PM   #14
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I've knit on the stationary bike in the gym at my apt complex, but I kept going slower and slower. I guess I will have to just watch E! an work it. (I don't have cable, so it is a treat to watch trash tv )

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