Playing hooky is good for you
Yesterday I was supposed to go to an educational conference in Daegu, but a friend is moving back to the US soon and wanted to go to the Hoam Art Museum yesterday. So, I played hooky. Hoam is somehow part of Everland (Korean Disney… if you’ve never even seen pictures of Disney).
Everland is in Yong-in– the next town over from me. The buses don’t go past my part of town, though, so it is about one hour from my house. Why did I not know about this place? I took about one hundred photos, because the main attraction are the huge English gardens.
There are also huge collections of the stone people (whose name I always forget, except for the stone grandfathers, because that’s an easy name). Here are but a few of the dozens of photos I took. Although I like the “garden of gradfathers” my favorites were all of the grandfathers randomly hidden in the foliage.
I also (gasp) finished an actual knitting project. No, not Esther, although I am *almost* to the gusset increases. The pattern repeat is 24 rows and the 2mm needles make the progress seem nonexistent. So, I knit a pair of spiraling lace socks in periwinkle. However, there is no photo, because the pattern came out much nicer than anticipated, so I may submit it to MagKnits. If I do that, I’ll need a test knitter or two…