Make your own free website on Tripod.com
« March 2006 »
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
Entries by Topic
All topics  «
A bit of everything
Blog Move
Class information
Class Information & Shows
Contest
Fiber
Fiber Friends
Food
Help this Cause!
History
Knitting
Knitting and rabbits
Rabbit Care and Grooming
Rabbits
Rant
Sale!
Secret Pal 5
Show
Shows
Sky
Thoughtful
Whine
Yarn
SheepThrills Blogs
Prev | List | Next
The WeatherPixie
<<
NewEnglandKnits >>
Knitting Bloggers
Previous | Next
Fiber Arts Bloggers
Previous | Next
Subscribe with Bloglines
Blog Tools
Edit your Blog
Build a Blog
RSS Feed
Buddy Page
View Profile
Back To
Bay Colony Farm
Fibers and Rabbits For Sale at Bay Colony Farm
Fibers For Sale
Rabbits for Sale
Comfort A Friend
Helen
Another Day at Bay Colony Farm
Monday, March 13, 2006
What do you know!
Mood:  chatty
Now Playing: Modern English "I Melt With You"
Topic: Fiber

Yes, I've been spinning! Yesterday afternoon, I brought out my Joy and spun almost 2 full bobbins of the Winter's Night Sky roving (German Angora/Corriedale blend). It took me almost 5 hours to spin that much, but I'm spinning it really fine, so that I can use it later for a shawl. This is what it looks like on the bobbin:




When I finish working today, I'll spin up the rest of this bobbin, and ply the two together. I can't wait to see what it looks like finished. This is something I've been planning since last October when this lovely roving came back from processing.

Yesterday wound up being a busy day. In the morning, my husband and I finally planted 2 sweet cherry trees and two peach trees. I actually bought them last year and I never got them in the ground. They survived the winter in their pots, and we took advantage of the warmer weather to get them planted in the back of our yard. Cherry trees don't need much pruning, but egads! pruning peach trees makes me feel like you're killing them. With peaches, you have to prune them back to just a few larger branches, and then cut those back severly. Even my husband wondered if they would make it back to fruit bearing. :)

I'll leave you with some pictures I took while out working today. One of the cool things about my main job is that I get to travel around, and I see neat things to photograph.

An old family cemetary over in Deerfield, MA




Sugaring season in Deerfield, by the Connecticut River



Posted by baycolonyfarm at 2:36 PM EST

Monday, March 13, 2006 - 3:19 PM EST

Name: Cheryl
Home Page: http://seedstitch.blogspot.com

I love Deerfield. I used to go to the Yankee Candle store there every year or so, but I haven't been in the last few years. My parents' neighbors tapped their trees a couple of weeks ago, I expect them to start sugaring any day now.

View Latest Entries

CURRENT MOON
lunar phases
Days Until MA Sheep and Wool at Cummington

Site Counter

Previous| Next