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February 27, 2010


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Janice in GA

That cabin looks awesome. Especially the part about being so warm you have to open the door. (My house is always chilly in winter, even though I live in GA.)


It looks to be the perfect place to support you as you make this final push. And I love how you're alone but not, being kept company by such fabulous felines. Bravo, and yes, you can do it!


You go, grrl. Keep on keepin' on, and pet those kitties for me. I love cats SO much but Brian is allergic and I love him more.

I hope you have plans for the letdown which is inevitable when the project is shipped out. You may need some adrenaline-management skills. I'm sure your yoga will help.

Deb Robson

Janice, this is one well-built and well-sited cabin. If the suns out, all I need to do is start a fire in the morning and let it burn for a couple of hours, and then repeat the process at dusk. Its a delight. Because these are Rocky Mountains, Im even getting all this heat out of (dry) softwood.

Deb Robson

Thanks, Clara. You know what kind of work this is. The cats are a kick. They definitely remember me from the other trip--it took them a couple of days to turn into pests then, and they got right into it this time! (not that I mind--they havent actually bitten through any strands of yarn yet)


Wow, that cat in a sink photo is fun! Glad you are so comfortable and able to focus on the spinning. Looks like a delightful retreat. I'm sorry I can't join you there. :)


Just tried to comment and not sure it let me...but that cat in the sink photo is great! Glad you are so comfortable--and productive in your cabin retreat. Wish I were there for a bit to enjoy it with you and have a short spinning visit. :)

The Kid

Love all your help! I think you made some friends.


Hopefully you were able to recharge, as well as really work--with your helpers. What joy to have such a perfect, sequestered area to work in. May have to consider reclaiming the "shabin" this summer...


I'm so eager to have this book, and now that I can see where some of the work was done and who shared in some of its crucial moments, I'm even more excited. Seeing the "how" and these charming "whos" will make reading it and researching with it even more rewarding. Thanks for taking the time here and earlier to share in the process.

I love my dogs, but I couldn't live without my cats. That one in the sink tells me why!

Kristi aka FiberFool

Looks like an idyllic setting to buckle down and get some work done!


So the cats come with the place as cabin mates, huh?

Good thing you had them, otherwise you might not have been able to figure out where to brush your teeth. LOL! Funny picture!

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