Friday, August 11, 2006


Hunter's Hay Bale Maze Design

Here's a little better picture of the hay bale maze, taken from the upstairs of one of the buildings here in town. Sue worked all day yesterday and got most of the second tier of hay bales up; it looks terrific and the kids are going to have a great time. Only $1.00 to go through the maze!

Everyone has been working hard getting ready for the Folk Fair tomorrow. The food folks spent the day getting their area ready back here next to the shop. Mom has been having some computer problems so she came up to use this one for her email, and some folks that know Sammy came in to shop and we all had a nice visit. Sue was here, too, so it was a fun time.

Then I called Chris at Woolybuns and had a wonderful time talking to her. I have the pleasure of writing an article about Chris and all the wooly buns in Connecticut for Fiber Femmes next issue, scheduled to hit the site on September 1. It was nice to catch up on things voice to voice rather than through email and the time flew by, until my cell phone battery died and a customer came in.

The rest of the day was pretty dull; I spent most of it working on the computer inventory, getting that ready for the weekend. Book after book after book....

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