The Netherlands move is complete and all is well. I've been here for two and a half weeks and am adjusting nicely. I'm certainly looking forward to the arrival of our sea-shipment from the States in three or four weeks because it has more furniture and good stuff like wool and my drum carder and yarn. Right now it feels a bit like we are camping in our new place. We have an airbed and camp chairs until we can get permanent stuff. Happily, there is an Ikea delivery that should happen tomorrow so we will have a couch and dining room table and chairs. The kitchen has all the essentials so we're able to cook at home, which is nice, though not having an oven or freezer will take some time to get used to.
We have a lovely, if rather unruly, garden that I enjoy. There are frequent new surprises to be discovered regularly as spring unfolds and flowers bloom.
And my wheel to keep my hands busy:
There is, of course, much more to report but this is all the time I have right now. We don't have internet at the house, yet, and have to go to various hotspots around town to get connected. We should have internet at home next week, though, so email and blog postings can happen with predictable frequency.