Tuesday, September 20, 2011

This Always Happens Right Before a Fiber Festival

The blog silence has been deafening, hasn't it?


Here's a quicky update with no pictures. We've started harvesting pinto beans. The new-to-us combine has been sadly neglected in its previous life. So even after 7-8 days of solid fixing, we harvest a bit, take it back into the shop to fix the latest thing we've found, and then harvest a bit more.

The up side of that is the guys are getting a great idea of the inner workings of this Case IH combine. That'll come in handy over the long haul.

I've been buried in paperwork at my day job. Which means I haven't been able to do justice in the getting-ready-for-the-festival department. Ah well. We'll take what's ready and hand out lots of business cards. And enjoy the beautiful fairgrounds in Ogemaw County, home to the Northern Michigan Lamb and Wool Festival.

Come and visit us, if you're close. Take your wheel or your knitting and sit and visit a while. Saturday's a bit busier, and Sunday's more relaxed. This is a friendly, smaller wool show, and it's one we look forward to each year.

But be prepared for more blog silence. I'm scrambling to get ready...

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