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Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival 2010

I am toasted from the heat.

My darling husband decided to ditch me this year and go fishing in Chesapeake Bay instead. He didn’t catch anything.

Thanks to my mother-in-law who lives just down the road from the Howard County Fairground, drove us through the back road and avoided main traffic.

Her fair skin could hardly take the heat, but she came through like a trooper helping me carry around my purchases. She will soon feel the fruit of her labor on her feet, what with bags full of beautiful sock yarns I found.

We both gawked at food stands cooking Lamb nearby Lamb Stalls.

I came home with plenty of roving and sock yarns to last me through part of my holiday knitting.

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Comment by Susan the Blue Lake Knitter on May 3, 2010 at 4:30pm
It sounds like you had a wonderful time! I plan on hitting two fiber fairs this year. ♥s

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