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Ho, time for one da kine! I’m writing this while munching on some ʻono Hood River cherries; there’s a guy who drives down from there and sells them along Highway 212. I look forward to seeing him every year. Tour … Continue reading
I wasn’t able to spin as much as I’d hoped to, but I did get some stuff done during this year’s TdF… my spinning challenge Numbah One was to finish spinning the red/yellow/pink braid and to work on continuing to … Continue reading
Yesterday I got some bad news, that my dear friend Carol, who’s been battling cancer since 2005, now had a metastasized tumor in her brain. I was stunned, upset, and very teary and emotional. I’d been spinning some mixed fiber, … Continue reading
…I’m scheduled for a partial knee replacement on September 10th. Scary, yeah? For the last year, my right knee, which is actually in better shape than my left one, has really been hurting bad. I had to give up spinning … Continue reading
Okay, this is what’s happened so far. Yesterday, Day 2, I finished spinning half of one braid and started on another. Kalakoa was helping by modeling my first bobbin. I saw one almost ripe blackberry in our driveway, too. Day … Continue reading
Okay, pau the nostalgia and sadness for awhile. It’s Tour de Fleece time. Yep, it’s that time again, folks. That time of year where we handspinners attempt to try new spinning techniques or attempt to spin prodigious amounts of fiber … Continue reading
I got to spin for about four hours today at The Gathering. I took my time, also participating to the discussion, listening to my friends share, and having a really wonderful time. I wasn’t spinning fast, just a relaxed time, … Continue reading
We had an appraisal to do up in Government Camp; good timing for a rest day. This pretty skein is all washed and dried now. Ho da happy!
So it was an official rest day yesterday. Some of us rested.