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February 04, 2011


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Susan J. Tweit

That's a gorgeous photo at the beginning of the post, and a daunting list of deadlines. Congratulations on meeting the deadlines for four of the first five, for sustaining that volley of emails successfully, and for dreaming up such fun and enticing titles for our SOAR workshops. I wish I could go! Can't wait to see those track/scat photos when you get to them. But there's no rush...

Deborah Robson

Thanks, Susan. I wish you could go to SOAR, too! It would be lovely to have you there.

I've collected the track/scat photos. I have too many. I need to just pick the best.

I've made it to page 121 on the proofing. Just over a quarter read. . . .


Sheesh! How did you find time for a blog post? Time for a cup of tea and a cookie. Congrats on getting so much done!

Deb Robson

Youll notice theres been a scarcity of blog posts! I went to the library and didnt take any other materials with me. Thats how I got a blog post written! I had the tea. I didnt have the cookie. Great idea! Thanks.

L.M. Cunningham

Isn't it so rewarded to be able to go "done" on things? I think that's my favourite part of tasks....

The SOAR stuff sounds great, and a preview for what's to come when you venture up here.


Wow. Just Wow. How you do all that you do is mind boggling.


And is there time for sleeping?!

What a schedule!

Deb Robson

Almost time for sleep. . . . I need just a touch more!


Sounds satisfying, checking those items off as done. Feel free to borrow our table again if useful!


Hi Deb - someone in Sweden that I "know" through the antique wheels forum on Ravelry is attempting to rescue a flock of Spelsau sheep that were neglected, and is starting a sponsorship plan to help in funding the rescue. Drop me an email if you want to know more and I can fill you in.

Deb Robson

Thanks, Caroline. I knew about that and have read some of the information.

Ingrid in Sweden

Would you like some fine Varmland sheep wool for the workshops?
We plan(hope)to attend SOAR again 2011 for the 4th time :)


Deb, would you like some North Ron? From Orkney? I have fleeces, and more coming; I can send, say, a half fleece (they're small) washed to NZ import standards.

Deborah Robson

Yes to Ingrid about the Varmland (hope to meet you at SOAR!) and to Sarah about the North Ron, both of you if it's not too much trouble.

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