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Romancing the Fair

I did not meet my husband at the Blue Hill Fair, the fair where Wilbur was extolled with the spidery writing of “Some Pig,” one of the last country fairs in Maine. But I might have. It would have happened … Continue reading

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Rafe-The Feral Sheep–pt. 2

“This is a true story, one that happened to me. But first, let me tell you about the Feral Sheep. It is said that she is an old woman, always a stranger in town, and always in the marketplace. She … Continue reading

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Rafe–The Feral Sheep

Rafe sat on the floor, feet stretched out, ankles crossed, leaning against a roof support polished by centuries of backs and shoulders rubbing against the stout wood. She passed her dinner plate to her niece for return to the Pig … Continue reading

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I went to a spinning event yesterday, an event that happens in Newport each year. Spinners from all across the state descend on the little school either the first or last weekend of school vacation. This year it was the … Continue reading

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Idea for a Brick & Mortar yarn shop

I posted this in response to a question on Knitter’s Review. A user was asking for advice for a friend on starting up a local yarn shop. I’ve had this idea kicking around for a LONG time. I’m going to … Continue reading

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