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Friday, October 12, 2007

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Becca

The color of the yarn is so deep and gorgeous. Your dahlias are beautiful ... we need rain so badly in western PA that I just wish you could send some this way!

Ruinwen

Such beautiful yarn! Your trees seem to know it is fall even if the flowers don't LOL that is a georgous shot around the lake. I love that red yarn! :)

Kristi aka Fiber Fool

Pretty, pretty yarns, even if they aren't dry yet :-)

Cheryl

I know, the foliage has been kind of a bust this year. I can't believe how late it is!

Donna in Ma aka Donnalee
Donna in Ma aka Donnalee

Here's one for you...
http://myristica.blogspot.com/

Susan Pandorf

So many lovely pictures. Almost as pretty as your yarn...

Blessings (and wishes for sunny days!)

Marianne

Cold nights and warm days over here, not a typical fall too.
Enjoy the flowers while you can !
And the red yarn, it's georgeous !

Donna in Ma aka Donnalee

Been raining here in Ma too. Thanks for the bee blog!!! :)

Anne

I refuse to even pretend I like 100-plus degree days with 7% humidity.... but they sure do dry the yarn faster that way. Rainy here today, mid-50s. Kinda glum-looking.

Wool Winder

We've had a round of beautiful weather lately. After a summer of non-stop rain it has been greatly appreciated. Loved all your photos. The yarn is gorgeous!

Judy

Cold here this morning, 28 or about when I checked early. The fire is going, at last a chance to dry some of that wet wool. Gorgeous red.

Carole

That red yarn is gorgeous and I want some! The problem with the color change this late is that it will probably change and then the leaves will immediately drop. Sigh.

Chris

Bees are fascinating little critters! I look forward to reading through that link.

Laurie

It IS an odd fall. We aren't near peak either.

Devil: perfect name for a beautiful red.

tiennie

The yarn is so gorgeous - it'll be worth the wait for the recipients!

Beth

That was a really neat bird/bee blog. I'm still pretty much afraid though - I've never been stung. How do you get as old as me and never get stung???? LOL

Beth

Your flowers look so pretty! It's still very dry here and all mine look dull and lifeless. (Which explains why I haven't been participating in Friday's Flowers lately.)

margene

The colors of flowers, yarn and leaves in this photo are perfect eye candy! We'd love some of your rain, please;-)

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