I understand that Elizabeth Zimmerman, knitter extraordinaire, was able to knit while riding on the back of her husband’s motorcycle. Mr. Aitch and I will be riding to New Hampshire soon and as much as I’d like to be able to devote 11 hours to my knitting, I just don’t think I can knit on the back of the Harley. He wouldn’t like it if I accidentally stabbed him in the back with a pointy stick.
This picture is from our trip to Newfoundland. I like how I got the reflection of my hand in the mirror.
like need to see where I’m going. Plus I’ll be the navigator with a paper copy of our directions and a GPS app for my iPhone.
We’re taking the scenic route to avoid Interstate 95, the huge trucks and the 85 mph speedsters. A good portion of the trip will not be on major highways.
Since I do the actual packing, I can sneak some knitting into our limited luggage space so I’ll have something to work on in the evenings. Just have to figure out what that will be.