When we were about to leave the luncheonette I got a strong feeling that we should stop at Coxsackie Antiques, so I took out my pendulum to ask if it was to find a tool that Skip is looking for and I got a yes. I walked around this huge building hiding in corners with my pendulum so I could at least find out where to start looking. Every isle was a no. At the very end of the store in the upper corner I found a caliper, the exact one that Skip was looking for and only $15 and I found a really large tibetan prayer wheel for $5. I'm getting good with my pendulum.
I can't believe it but I finally finished processing all my fiber, all 2 years of it. It was a good day. The sun was shining and there were puddles on the ground, Josh, our barn cleaner came today and the barn is now refreshed with new wood shavings and I finished my fiber, a major accomplishment. Oh, and I ended my day with a fried calzone from Franks that arrived at the table just as I was thinking about how tight my jeans were and that I better start a diet tomorrow.
|Josh our barn cleaner and life saver|
|ready whip for the girls|
|taking Lukes fiber from the carder|
|picked and ready for carder|
|Skip electrified my carder, I love it|
|tip for the day, do not eat popcorn while processing fiber|
I noticed it after I took the picture
|9 batts for sale in the shop, soft as butter, popcorn not included.|