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22 October 2008 @ 12:05 am
Insanity of several flavors...  
Yay! The linen is finally in! (I found out that they were closed for the Holy Days and then had some backlog when they got back.) Tomorrow at the Stock Pavilion, I'll be pressing the apprenti and any other willing helpers into service to cut it up into parcels. I'll know early next week how much I have still available for those of you who did not place a pre-order. Folks can pick up their portion at the Stock Pavilion or in Border Downs this weekend.

Um... yeah... I'll be in Border Downs this weekend. (...so much for taking a few weekends off, eh?) zarhooie  set the perfect Eithni trap: a Norse-poetry-and-playing-with-string weekend. *grin* So I'll be at zarhooie 's dorm on Friday night to do some costuming research and/or patterning with people who want some hands-on assistance or want to play with my reference books. I'm planning on bringing the relevant parts of the library and giving the Western folks the first dibs on the leftover linen, so I'm hoping we'll have a good turnout. Then, on Saturday, I'll be at the Project Day to teach whipcording, talk about other fiber-y goodness, listen to the poetry classes, help with the projects we started on Friday, and maybe work on some C&I. It's a long way to go for a local event, but I think it will be a good time...

And, hey! I may be able to stop at the Spam Museum on the way home!  ;)

If there is any linen available after the weekend, I'll post it early next week when it will be first come, first served.

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Miss Katzarhooie on October 22nd, 2008 01:46 pm (UTC)
You're going to make me need to check my budget, aren't you? *glower*
zandoriazandoria on October 22nd, 2008 05:44 pm (UTC)
SPAM!!!
Oh yes! Stop at the SPAM Museum. We did, after Rose Tourney and had a blast. We figured we would be there for about 45 minutes, and crawled out of the place 2 1/2 hours later! They even wander around with free samples of the different types of SPAM. And the gift shop sells flavours that you can't buy in any stores.

In addition to various trinkets, I bought two cookbooks and two T-shirts in the gift shop, including the official SPAM/Spamalot T-shirt (which I gave to himself, being a big Monty Python fan).
Anpliça mka Rachel: llamasmlibrarian on October 24th, 2008 02:11 pm (UTC)
Re: SPAM!!!
Love the Spam museum. :) It's tons 'o fun!! Just makes sure you don't mind spending some time. I spent more time there than I expected to as well.