Day 137

We had spent a while at the sheep and wool festival down near the sheep herding pens, it was quiet, a few booths and peaceful. We turned to go back into the main areas and this is what we saw. My social anxiety jumps so high just then. LOL If your planning to go and […]

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Day 134

Wonder girl fell in love with spinning like this. Sadly those beautiful spinners are very very costly. Someday….

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Day 132

The dogs where impressive to watch, next year we will show up early just to see them and get a good spot on the fence line. We had a herding dog before, not a good pet for us. Was a biter and it was sad that training did not seem to help. We failed that […]

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Day 131

More yarn from the sheep and wool festival! The books are nice and clean and things laid out so beautifully.

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Day 126

Beautiful! Wool and yarn Quotes: After all, the wool of a black sheep is just as warm.Ernest Lehman Where does virgin wool come from? The sheep that runs the fastest.Harry F. Banks “The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together.” ~William Shakespeare “If I stitch fast enough, does it […]

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Day 125

So many booths and so much yarn. If you plan on going and have a passion for yarn, maybe go without children or plan to go two days!

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Day 124

The day was hot a bit hot for May and yet the weather threatened to rain. For me, it was perfect. While drooling over all the yarn my oldest asked to take the camera to capture all the beautiful yarn, the photos posted over the next few days will be of some of that yarn. […]

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Day 123

May is busy for us, and I have gotten bad about taking photos everyday. Back blogging has me putting photos in on days not taken but I hope you will still enjoy them! This photo was at the Maryland Sheep and Wool festival. It was a blast and these sheep really made us all laugh.

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