A great time was had by all. The weather held out and it WASN'T 90 plus degrees like last year...
Carol and her children getting ready of a morning.
Curtis Judd, the Chief and two of the Wolves getting their lunch in the Pub.
Darla is gonna beat me with a stick for getting her with her mouth full, but here she is with her husband Mark.
Virg Hunter, our cook
Sam Dieter, one of the Wolves of Dunvagen
Yes, it seems that we do eat often. Bryan Hunt and Jackie Butterworth at lunch. Really, it was the only time I was taking pictures as I had my hands in the wool for most of the weekend.
PJ Roy enjoying the hospitality of the Clan.
Doc Evans and Aiden in the Pub.
Our newest member, from the Shetland Islands and the Royal Marines, Robert Hay.
Travis Butterworth, Michele Nobriga and Shannon Sorensen to lunch as well.
Many, many thanks to Darla, Spinner Extraordinaire, for getting me from here, a natural brown Shetland wool on the bobbin which I had started spinning at the Wyoming Celtic Festival in Gillette.
to here, the brown Shetland plied with a natural cream Shetland that I had spun on Saturday at the Elizabeth Celtic Festival. Pretty excited about my progress in the spinning. On to spinning the fiber for a wedding ring shawl. It needs to be a lace weight two-ply yarn that is gossamer thin. That is my ultimate goal in my spinning.
The two skeins of brown and cream Shetland and the remainder of the cream Shetland Navajo plied. On the wheel now being Navajo plied is a Louet brand merino fiber in the colour of Camouflage. More shall be revealed...
Oh, by the way, I was a Judge for the Bonny Knees Contest, Saturday evening. Raucous, fairly PG rated fun was had by all. The bribes, consisted of money, single malt, kisses, massages, but sadly, there was no chocolate... Here's a picture of my Judge's Ribbon.