How to Catch Up?

Setting the stage for the Fall gardens
Setting the stage for the Fall gardens

In spite of the dismal discipline I’ve shown towards writing the blog these last couple of weeks…things really have been happening in a wonderful way.

We celebrated the end of summer with a total of 18 dozen homemade doughnuts cooked fresh each morning of Labor Day weekend, blasted right into Fiber College with classes beginning on Thursday this year, collapsed on Monday and devoted the past week to doing as little as possible while still being helpful to guests.

It has been a creative week of weaving, spinning, pickling, canning, and knitting…and now I feel like getting back to our regular routine.

For a more complete update on Fiber College, go to the Fiber College blog for a grand assortment of photos and commentary…by this afternoon I hope.

As a way of starting fresh, I did a camera dump this morning and here are a few images from the last couple of weeks:

sCan we hang out with the goats?
Can we hang out with the goats?
A Fantasy Fairy House made by the August Boys
A Fantasy Fairy House made by the August Boys
Lot's of weather this time of year...hot, cold, misty, dry...you get the idea!
Lots of weather this time of year...hot, cold, windy, dry, misty and calm...it seems to come all in the same day
Fresh Doughnuts on Labor Day Weekend
Fresh Doughnuts on Labor Day Weekend
Deb Woolley teaches spinning
Deb Woolley teaches spinning
Shopping heaven at Fiber College...the yarns were dyed with flowers and leaves
Shopping heaven at Fiber College...the yarns were dyed with flowers and leaves
Pogo of Monmouth gave Queen Lollie got a hair cut during Fiber College
Pogo of Monmouth gave Queen Lollie got a hair cut during Fiber College
I dyed Queen Lollie's mohair locks yummy shades of the Caribbean...tones of papaya, mangoe, peach and turquoise waters
I dyed Queen Lollie's mohair locks the colors of the Caribbean...shades of papaya, mango, peach and turquoise seas...

One thought on “How to Catch Up?

  1. I love this cute blog!!!! Espeacially the fairy houses….. I love making them with my mom. And the scarves I wear one everyday!!!! PLZ POST MORE!!!

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