I love the sky on the east side of the Cascade Mountain range…
open and vast and most importantly on this day – BLUE!!!
We have been in the gray gloom that has encompassed the valley for the month of March and some sun was desperately needed. We made the trip for the High Desert Wool Growers Fiber Market Day and to bring a new/old ram home.
My sweet husband made the trip with me and pulled the stock trailer over the pass in the snow and did a fabulous job. I kept my head down and enjoyed my book.
Not only did he drive over the mountain for me, but he also helped me set my booth up!
Wool felt, bags, felt soap, felt scarves, felt sheep, felt birds, felt bowls…
felt flowers, felting kits, felt pillows, jacob batting…
felt sheep, felt dogs, felting supplies, and jacob horn buttons.
Whew! It was so nice to have his help and he even manned the booth for me to do a little shopping of my own!
We had a very busy day at the fiber show and had a wonderful time! Once we had everything packed up, it was time to drive to Bend and pick up Abraham, the ram. On our way, we enjoyed more blue sky, sun, and beautiful surroundings.
The ram we picked up was Patchwork Abraham, we sold him in December of 2011 and kind of regretted the decision afterwards, so we are very excited to have him back!
We bought Abraham from Linda Bjarkman at Patchwork Fibers as a lamb. He lost a side horn while he was gone, but he is still a handsome guy!
We enjoyed a pretty sky on the way home and look what else we brought home with us…
blue sky and sun!!!
Beautiful Photos – thanks for sharing! Happy Monday!
So glad the trip was a good one. Abraham looks good even with a missing horn.
Yeah; blue for ONE DAY (here at least). Trying to hang onto the memory….
Nice to see Abraham back at Kenleigh. He sure has done some traveling!
Your felting is wonderful! And that ram is gorgeous.