Not as much as I thought I'd do, it's true, but I did some and it counts. I even un-knit some, I frogged that white baby sweater I started before we left. The white yarn I was using is called Soft Yarn but it wasn't particularly soft, not once I got it knitted, so out came the needles and I made the knitting turn back into a ball of yarn. I'm thinking of starting over with a part wool/part acrylic yarn in a creamy white color, that little bit of wool makes it feel so much nicer than all acrylic.
Not that I need to knit another sweater, I finished the green 5-Hour Cardi on the trip. All I have to do is weave in the tails, then wash and block it, and put on a pretty button and it'll be ready to keep any random grandbaby that comes around warm.
I bought another ball of Cascade Fixation, that cotton/elastic yarn that I made the first pair of Widdle Sockies out of and cast on a second pair right away. I finished sockie #1 in North Carolina and completed the leg of sockie #2 in the car yesterday. Intelligently I declined to embark on knitting the heel flap, etc. while on the highway.
I also worked on the first sleeve of the Khaki Cardi that I've had on the needles (OTN) since June 2009 (holy moly! that long?), adding about 6" over the 2 weeks we were away. At Friday Night Knitting last night I decided to cut the khaki 2" sooner than originally planned and make the white and black stripes wider because I'm afraid I'll run out of the khaki yarn before I get to 9" like sleeve #1. The whole thing looks short and very wide to me but when I put it on it sorta fits. Guess that means I too am short and wide. *sigh*