365 Days Numba Four

January 27th

These are my cohorts for food deliveries, Jill Rowland and Chris Olson of All County Realtors. They pick up the food from the distribution point and Nolemana and I divide the boxes with our friend, Dave. Then off we go!

The mountain was out! So pretty.
Ice on our gravel road.
See the vertical stripes on the road? That’s from the de-icing solution.
Daily hummingbird.

January 28th

I might have bought some spinning fiber. Just couldn’t resist! From Fat Cat Knits.
A Mourning Dove came to visit and look for food.
Daily hummingbird.

January 29th

Zooming daily hummingbird. Kinda artsy fartsy, yeah?
Better photo.
I love my Koa wood Andean plying tool!
I think these two look good together.

January 30th

Pretty pleased with this!
Daily hummingbird.
My friend, Gary, hand-carved and painted this Avocet for me!
Chris and Nolemana talking about how to sub-divide our extra lot.
This is the only warm place in our whole house since our heat pump isn’t working.

January 31st

I went to Bob’s Red Mill https://www.bobsredmill.com/ today. That giant wheel is still in use!
This is it from the inside.
One of the old millstones.
Information about the millstones.
Stairs up to the top of the building
“Don’t climb on Bob!” This is a wonderful likeness of him. When he’s here in person, he plays the piano!
Another millstone on the outside of the building. This one’s from Tennessee.

Nope. I didn’t forget!

Daily hummingbird.
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6 Responses to 365 Days Numba Four

  1. Lady Tie Di says:

    “Might have bought some spinning fiber”? hahahahaha Bless your heart for your food deliveries! That little handmade Avocet is sweet! I LOVE BOB’S RED MILL! I made my younger son go with me on the tour once years ago when we were up visiting his older brother in Portland. We enjoyed it. And your little woodstove and kettle look so cozy oxooxx

    • Mokihana says:

      If you ever want something from Bob’s, let me know and I’ll get it for you! The woodstove is definitely cozy; I love backing up to it.

  2. Michelle says:

    I went to Bob’s recently to get Freekah, but they were OUT. Beautiful fiber; beautiful spinning. I have a Koa spindle that is so gorgeous; a Kaui friend gave me the wood and Ed Jenkins made the spindle for me.

  3. AFK says:

    Love, love, LOVE the daily hummers. I didn’t know there were Mourning Doves in Oregon! (I don’t think we have them in Washington.) I enjoy seeing your fiber/yarn–such great colors. And WOW, I love Bob’s Red Mill stuff too. Their variety of gluten-free stuff is outstanding. The latest thing I’ve fallen in love with is their gluten-free cornbread. Thanks for sharing!

    • Mokihana says:

      I’m so glad you like the daily hummers. Lately it’s been hard to catch them with my camera; they seem to be more shy right now. I was concerned that daily photos of them might be too boring for people, but I’m gonna keep doing it. I’m also glad you can get Bob’s stuff up there. I think you have Mourning Doves up there…maybe in wooded areas?

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