|Michigan's Autumn leaves on one of my favorite roads to go down in the Fall just as I was finally hitting the road. I wanted to document the difference in color progression.|
|My travel buddy Maegan and I on our last morning. So grateful for my friend on this trip.|
We arrived at the grounds sleepy but invigorated and excited to have finally made it, this was our first Rhinebeck. (we won't talk about the woman who backed into our rental car on the way up the road at the fairgrounds less than an hour before my first class started....)
|13 spinners! This was the most I had ever had and the world did not end, in|
fact, I quite enjoyed myself and I think they did too!
|Wirecore samples, pin samples, and|
wirecore spinning supplies all ready for my Saturday morning
|Wirecore Spinning Students|
We covered spinning around a wire core,
supercoils around a wire core,
and making a fibula style shawl
pin using the yarn we made.
|A Fleece &Lock Spinning student. I love getting action shots of bobbins while people spin.|
I was so grateful to run into a Michigander friend both Saturday and Sunday morning. Not much better than being so far from home and having a familiar face give you a big ol' hug first thing in the morning!
|Loved this stained |
glass as n alternative
to a banner or sign in
the animal barn for the Rambo sheep.
|I had no idea how HUGE|
Rambouillet sheep were!
Thanks Rhinebeck, I hope to see you again next year!
|the weather was beautiful all weekend and the sky as the sun set on our|
return journey was a breathtaking sight. not bad for through a windshield.!