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November 18, 2009



Wow, it looks like it was a lot of fun! I wish I could have gone, Todd was really trying to get me to go, but I had two concerts that weekend. Bummer.


Wish I could have been there.


You said, "I bought some charcoal grey merino that will be perfect for a project that's percolating in my mind."

Yay, we get to see something wonderful. Soon, I hope.

Glad you were able to travel instead of have your teeth worked upon.

Deborah Robson

Looks like a fine trip. Thanks for sharing! Glad you found something in Beth's wool stash. I haven't seen it yet, but I know about it. . . .


"Some guys" have all the fun.

anne marie in philly

look at those sweet alpaca faces!

and that marvy shawl by vince!

the april PA retreat is only 25 MINUTES from my house! if you decide to come down here, we gotta get together! alas, I don't spin...some days it's all I can do to knit a straight line...


It was an experience I will never forget and will redo next year, if not before at Easton Mountain ( which is iffy at this point). For my 1st time the comraderie was great. I met a great bunch of guys.


I agree with you on BriarRose Fibers. I got to see her work at Sock Summit and couldn't walk away empty handed.

You must have sent your cards via turbo-reindeer because mine arrived yesterday. Thank you!


The gathering of such great guys never seems to get tiring for me. Thanks for putting together such a lovely posting of pictures.

I must admit I'm quite envious that you got to hang out with a lot of the guys I've been hoping to meet...I guess I waited for the second West Coast retreat before attending that one, so perhaps I'll make it a habit for every new retreat!


The whole event was a lot of fun. Thanks so much for posting the pictures. I realized that I didn't get my camera out nearly enough. If you ever find yourself on the US side of the Detroit river, please send me an email!

L.M. Cunningham

Looks like a great time, Ted -- I used to love going on retreat weekends to knit and spin.

Sadly, the local guild I used to belong to changed them to "endless hen parties in another urban area" instead of going somewhere quiet and peaceful and doing something excessively fibre-related.


A most delightful post with some killer pix. Thanks for summing up what looks like a wonderful time.

Congratulations to Todd and the rest of the gang for their hard work!! Bravo!!!

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