Monday, September 30, 2013

VT Sheep and Wool festival


 Behind the seat of the truck was full, as was the back!

 Before we setup!
 The horse trailer was 1/2 full!

 Still setting up and working out some 'bugs'
 We were 'good to go' by 10 am opening!

 I like our setup under the overhang!


 This was the 2nd time this weekend that we saw the goats
pulling the cart through the festival. I believe they were Cashmere.

 Jerry waiting for customers. Or closing time?
 Myself and Kathie Bryant at our booth.

 This was our backdrop this year.
 On the way home Sunday afternoon-

We had a wonderful weekend in Tunbridge, VT this year. The sun was out in all its glory and the temperature hovered around 70-75. Despite the nice weather people came out and shopped. The yard work will be there next weekend!!

Next up is the Wool Arts Tour Columbus Day weekend. Hope to see you there!

Friday, September 27, 2013

Look what we saw on our way home from Tunbridge, VT!!

We went to set up our booth for the VT Sheep & Wool Festival this afternoon.

We decided since it was already 6 pm when we left that we would stop in W. Lebanon, NH for dinner. I spotted this balloon flying south when we on I-89 headed south ourselves. At first I thought it was tethered, but as you will see it was not. I have never been this close to a hot air balloon before. I hope you enjoy. I will post festival pictures in the next day or 3.

It was pretty cool to be directly underneath this balloon!!

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

I agree!! Copied and pasted!

Time to reiterate: There is No "I" in Ameraucana. If you purchased your birds and the seller spelled the chicken "Americana," you do not have an Ameraucana, rather you are the proud owner of a beautiful Easter Egger chicken, which is not a breed, but a mix of breeds. (I feel better now. whew.) Learn what the big whoop is on this subject on my blog-->

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Introducing Daisy May and Talula

 Maple Hill Talula
 Maple Hill Daisy on the left

 Most of the sheep are afraid of them.
 Left-Blaze, right is her mother Lillian
 Heifer coming out of the barn and Rose, our blind Horned Dorset

 I believe they will be integrated within the next 2 days.

 The leaves are just starting to change here.

To the left is Mouse, front & center is 12 year old Victoria, 
and behind her is Cloud. He is an old wether.

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