Monday, May 19, 2014

Emotional Duality

After a week away at Easton Mountain, I was so glad to be sleeping next to my husband in my own bed, but still yet miss the wonderful experience of the 2014 Men's Spring Knitting Retreat.



WAY Too Busy to Blog

I know I said that I would blog every day during the retreat, but honestly, there was so much excitement going on all the time that I barely had time to sleep while away.

Here are some photos of the guys interacting at the retreat (at least I had time to take some photographs).

Brady looking for some llama tongue

Phil and Christopher looking at more fibre (they're from Canada, so it's not a typo)

Jeff and Michael knitting in the morning sun

Kirk and John in their rendition of a sheep to shawl contest

Michael and Matthew enjoying the fellowship

Aaron Michael and Kirk trying their hardest to ignore the hard facts of a sheep's life

Chad and Danny at Wunsapana Farm

Fast friends, Christopher and Kenny

Southern boy Doug, comfortable on a farm.

Fascinated by furriness

Yarn buying frenzy

John, Kirk and Stephen

Part of the Southern component, Lou and Doug

Lubna, Phil, Ian and Danny

Michael, Matthew and Ben blocking the view of the alpacas

Happy guys, Ron and Ray

The library nook guys, Ronnie and Aaron

Brady overseeing the plying of a new spinner, Roy

Roy trying to steal fiber for his new spinning addiction

Phil and Tom dealing with a little bit of rain at the farm

Van doing his gorgeous wrapped core spinning

Veryl flirting with a wet lamb

Bill, Kenny, Ron and Chad claiming their space in the men's knitting world



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