The boyz and I decided to hit the road to the Bitterroot Valley in Montana to visit the Mountain Colors workshop.
We followed the footsteps of Lewis and Clark, traveling up the Sacagawea Historical Byway in Idaho then onto the Salmon River Byway and into the Salmon-Challis National Forest.
Once we crossed the Montana state line, we entered the Bitterroot National Forest and drove down the mountain pass into the Bitterroot valley.
The valley is most famous as the setting for “A River Runs Through It,” but we traveled there for the yarn. Mountain Colors is owned and operated by Leslie Taylor and Diana McKay.
I was tickled to catch these hard-working ladies in action.
I took along some of my finished designs for show and tell
and came away with more treasures.
As every knitter knows, no matter what’s in the queue or what’s in the stash, when new yarn comes home we have to get our hands on it right away!
If you’re on the road and in the Missoula, Montana area take a few minutes and stop by the Mountain Colors Workshop. If you’re not on the road, check out #mountaincolors on Instagram for more of their lovely, vibrant yarns.
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Kind of missing you, I see you have been keeping busy. It looks like a lot of fun. I might need to go on a road trip…
This has been my therapy this year!