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Sorry I missed it.
 Took a knitting class today in Holton.  Learned something and had fun.  It
is a new small yarn shop That Paul (the owner) has for fun.  He has been
knitting for over 40 years.  I may learn to read patterns  Class is every
Monday afternoon.
Saw a couple of bob cats last weekend about a mile from the house.  Happy
to see them.
I will see you at crown (hope you are coming)
Lov Sal






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On Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 6:16 PM, Bonnie Steele <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> I apologize in advance for the cross post.
>
> I want to thank everyone who came to teach, learn and just hang out. We
> had a great turn out. I hope you all had as much fun as I did. We're
> already planning for next year.
>
> People taught things, learned things, brought delicious food, ate
> delicious food, worked on projects, got better acquainted, ate delicious
> food, had a late pool party, imbibed tasty drinks, visited, ate delicious
> food, brought skills and projects to share. Did I mention there was
> delicious food?
>
> Lasair had her shop set up and reported that many of you added to your
> fiber stash. Garren is, once again, making beautiful, wooden fiber tools
> and brought some to show and share. 'Aine had tubs of fabric she was giving
> away. Many of us left with many yards of fabric from her considerable
> collection.
>
> Some of us made our annual pilgrimage to Yarn Barn on Sunday, spent way
> too much money and ended the day with a late lunch at The Mad Greek. We
> made it home, safely, just as the snow started. The weather was close to
> perfect.
>
> Thanks again for coming and helping to make our retreat such a great
> experience. I hope to see you all again next year.
>
> YIS,
>
> Johanne
>
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