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October 04, 2007

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Janice
WELCOME to the Hudson Valley! Glad you are loving it here!
Becca
I am so glad to find your blog again ... and what a wonderful post.
Theresa
Oh, I love the northeast in the fall. Have a great autumnal weekend!
Kat
Sounds like a great time. I plan on stopping at Morehouse Merinos on my to NJ in November. Nothing like a bit of a yarn crawl to break up the long drive.
Wool Winder
I hear Rhinebeck is overwhelming under normal circumstances. You'll have a great time meeting everyone and seeing the sights. One day I hope to experience it myself.
Kim
Whoo hoo.......you went to Morehouse!! Isn't it wonderful?? Have a wonderful time in NYC and please give Daniel a great big hug from Miss Kim!
Diane
Ageratum! I have had both the annual( 6-10" tall, will reseed and sprout next spring as long as you don't over cultivate the soil)and perrenial version (10-12" tall)of this plant. See you in NY! ps Love your apple bowl.
Jean
Don't forget the Cornwall Yarn Shop.....closer to home. Loved the scones...thanks for the recipe.
Thimbleanna
Looks like you had a great time! And Manhattan? Do you have any yarn store suggestions there? I'm going next week and I only know where the fabric/trim/etc. shops are -- in search of yarn shops. I'll be going with the quilty peeps and they're learning how to knit too so I thought we'd try to hit a little yarn in the middle of all the fabric. I'm so in awe of people who can have a yarn stash. I've been knitting since I was little, but I still can't just buy yarn without knowing what it's for, like I can with fabric. Something in the synapses just doesn't connect. LOL.
betsy
no freakin' clue-do you have a local garden place (not a big-box store)? Maybe they can help you?? You might wanna give T a call before you leave....!
marti
no, i don't know what those flowers are, but the apples are absolutely beautiful!

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