After a long, and very successful, trek to the top of Table Mountain
we can now relax and take a leisurely ride with the KASvan.
We’ll travel from the Bryanston Post Office to the Knit-a-Square Office.
The distance is 5.3 km/3.29 miles
David has the KASvan washed and ready to go.
The KASvan is loading and Ronda is all set to drive to the Knit-a-Square Office.
WE HAVE ARRIVED AT THE OFFICE !
THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING...THE CHILDREN APPRECIATE THE WARM BLANKETS MADE WITH LOVE AND CARING.
HERE IS THE VAN DROPPING OFF THE SQUARES. WE HAVE ENOUGH SQUARES TO KEEP 769 MORE CHILDREN WARM THIS WINTER.
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I love this idea!
I would like to think that my first contribution of 35 squares will at least start the van!
What a great plan!!!!!
Love it! Love the graphics, too.
Yes ladies, it should be fun :-)
I agree Barb, two thumbs up on this incentive post Linda, it rocks! I'm working on dolls at the moment but will shortly return to squares.
Oh what fun it is to ride
along with Ronda in the KAS van.
Can't wait to see it travel along this route.
Sharon, do I hear a repetune ????
Yes, Linda, I think I hear that, too.
We haven't had a repetune for awhile.
But perhaps we could have a slight variation on Ricky Nelson's "Travelin' Man" called "Travelin' Van"
Any other good traveling songs?
Sharon, "Travelin' Van" is a perfect choice !
With the number of times Ronda travels back and forth from the Post Office to the Knit-a-Square Office perhaps Willie Nelson's "On the Road Again" would be appropriate.
How about "These Boots are Made for Walking" converted to "These Needles are Made for Knitting"?
I think this is going to be a lot of fun!
Joan, that would be a great tote ! Do like the 'knit me' version better than the original :-)
I didn't know Ian Dury, when I searched I found this interview. Ian is quite funny !!