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Mt. McKinley was behind us but the clouds kept coming and going.
We finally got to see the mountain!
The sunsets were fabulous!
And the leaves were turning at just the right time.
The glaciers were awe inspiring.
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Now for the giveaway....
This scarf is made with lightweight, multicolored, and multi-textured yarns and ribbons and several pieces of recycled sari. The sari silk is hand cut by women in India who recycle their beautiful saris (the traditional clothing of Indian women) by cutting them into strips. My purchase of their product gives them an opportunity to enhance their lives.
The scarf is lightweight--almost like wearing a necklace, which doesn't limit it to cold-weather apparel. In fact, it were designed especially for springtime, full of the colors of everything in bloom. Each scarf has about 20 strands of the softest, silkiest yarns you can imagine! Keeping the number of strands less for the spring scarf also keeps it from being too warm as the temperatures rise.