Wet, but not at all too cold.
From my book about Shetland I knew that Commercial St. would be the place to go if I wanted to go shopping. Every time I saw signs of knitting - either knitwear or yarn - I went in. I spoke to the shop owners about fair isle knitting lessons and they were all most kind; they phoned around to see if anybody knew more than they did. This one lady at The Spiders Web gave me the name of somebody who supposedly teach knitting at the school in town. I went out to her office in the other end of Lerwick - Shetland Arts at the Bolt Shopping Centre. Unfortunately she was on holiday but will be back Thursday. I left a note with my phone number, and her friendly co-worker promised to let her know about my visit. I also went to the tourist office, and again I must say, people here are very friendly and most helpful. And no one seem to think that knitting is weird or out of fashion :)
On my way back I stopped a few times and took some photos.
Not many came to the park today :)
It stopped raining and the sun came out.
A knitter's survival kit.