By Jan Eaton
2 hundred crochet blocks (Узоры, мотивы крючком) ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ, ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА,ВЯЗАНИЕ И ШИТЬЕ, РУКОДЕЛИЕ Название:200 crochet blocks Автор:Jan Eaton Год издания:2006Страниц: 128 Язык:английский Формат:djvu Размер:18.53 МбАльбом с узорами по вязанию крючком пледов, одеял, афганов. Разноцветная мозаика узоров, составленных из простых геометрических фигур. Превосходное использование остатков пряжи. Неограниченные возможности изменения размеров и вязания по выкройкам. Скачать c Скачать c ifolder sixty eight
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Durango is located near the Four Corners area, the geographic point where the corners of four states— Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado—meet in one place. The region is among the most picturesque in America, with mountains and mesas as tall as 14,000 feet. There are also plenty of forests, white-water rivers, blue-water lakes, and herds of grazing elk. For Hobbs, a dedicated outdoorsman, Durango would be his last stop. In 1978, he landed a job teaching seventh grade English at Miller Junior High School in Durango.
More often I start with a kid I’ve taught, or some distinctive personality characteristic in a person I know. Sometimes I draw on adults. 48 Once Hobbs finishes the outline, he typically sets it aside and writes a new one. “For The Big Wander, I probably had 10 different outlines before I made myself start writing,” he says: I would sleep on each one, thinking it was wonderful, but I would always awake perceiving some flaw. Finally, I sat down and started writing a scene. Two brothers were on the road, in an old Studebaker truck on old Route 66 in 1962.
26 Hobbs centered the story at the “Window,” a stunning rock formation along the continental divide in the Weminuche Wilderness of southwest Colorado. ” 27 While writing the book, he used details about ranching that he had learned by helping his friend bring in his hay. Finally, Hobbs decided to make the main character a Ute Indian boy, which gave him the chance to explore his interest in Native American culture. Pride of the West would not find a publisher for eight years. In the meantime, Hobbs rewrote the story many times.