He doesn't eat the hay - at least not often - but he really loves to jump up on the bales. I guess he can see further from that vantage. And when the hay bales are gathered from the fields and placed in long rows, he delights in jumping up and running up and down the rows, and jumping from row to row.
Now that I think about it, the grandkids take the same delight!
Hot off the
Here are two batches of sock yarn I dyed last week.
I stole some time today to wind them.
Both are dyed using Prochem washfast acid dye, colour Colonial Blue - two small batches with two different intensities.
I really de-blued my stash over the past month, so some re-stashing is in order!
New from Arkansas
Flourish Company, the manufacturer of my outdoor artisan booth.
This new addition - which may resemble the bags we used to keep the soccer balls in at gym class - is a set of inside walls - they hang onto the top horizontal frame rods, and then stretch taught onto the bottom horizontal frame rods. Its a very heavy duty mesh and it is used to hang display goods on, using little S hooks.
Much more portable - and better looking - than my heavy peg board or wire grid display panels. And not so heavy. And, on a warm day I can roll up the outside walls leaving only the mesh panels to break the sun up, let a little breeze in, and still have my display in tact.
As happy as I am with that purchase....
I know I shouldn't be surprised, but wouldn't it just be great if things that came from the inside of a package actually resembled the picture on the package!
OK....one more of Jesse!