Archive for March 4th, 2007

Fiber Frolic Sweater

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

Maybe I haven’t ever blogged about the sweater I’m making currently. It’s mostly wool I got at the Maine Fiber Frolic last year, and what I didn’t get AT the frolic I got by mail order from someone I met at the frolic — that’s four 250-yard skeins of natural dark brown and two skeins […]

Wrapup Feb 24 weekend

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

Well, there’s a little more from the weekend of Feb. 24. First, there are the pileated woodpeckers. We saw one in our woods one of the first weekends we owned the place, right about New Years day 2006, but we hadn’t seen one in Maine since. On our way to the ice festival on Saturday […]

From the Ice Mall

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

At the ice fishing derby / ice sculpture / winterfest event at Lake Sebago, there was an area for vendors billed as the Ice Mall. It wasn’t on the ice — a good thing for vendors who were there all day! — but rather inside a building, so it was actually one of the few […]

Southeast Idaho Touring

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

Someone on the Newton Schools email system posted a question about sightseeing in southeastern Idaho. By the time I finished answering, I had written so much that I figured I’d post it here. ************ My mother lives in Pocatello so we’ve been there many times. Usually we spend most of our time at her house […]