May 25, 2020 1 min read

May 20 we opened our workshops in Downtown Mystic under the safety guidelines of Connecticut. Hand sanitizer, masks and the 6 foot rule. We did a little rearranging of our knot tying spaces, and opened the windows and doors! Visitors are limited, if necessary simply wait outside in our comfy chairs, watch the water traffic on the river and we'll call you in.

Mystic Knotwork Holmes St shop

 

mystic river boat traffic

Sunday, Jill donned her photographer hat and did some street photography while undoubtably walking Betsy Mongrel at the same time. 

Engine Room patio Mystic

 We all have been waiting for good weather! Many people were out getting fresh air and some sun. In the above picture you can see the patio umbrellas at the Engine Room restaurant, now open for take out, pick up and outside dining.

Mystic street photographyMystic comes to life street scene

 

It was a big walk for Jill and Betsy as they ended up at the Mystic Seaport around the corner from downtown. The Seaport is open for outside activity, plenty to see!

 

Mystic Seaport has visitors

 

Mystic Seaport Connecticut

 Mystic River Park is pictured below, a wonderful place to social distance, eat some picnic take out and watch the boats go by. Our workshop is right across the street from the park. Look for the open flag, there may be some knot tyers out front too.

Mystic rRver Park

 

Boat rentals Mystic CTbusy sidewalks Mystic CT

 

Mystic Seaport sailboatsRosa Ragosa Mystic CT

 

kayakers on the mystic river

 

pirate flag Mystic CT

Sue Waterman
Sue Waterman


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