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October 24, 2007



I never did make it to the artichokes. Hmmm... reason #356 to go back to Rhinebeck next year! It was so much fun.


I love that bag!! Love it. I had a ton 'o fun at my first Rhinebeck with my goofball "autograph book," leaving mini sharpies and cheesehead erasers in my wake!

I did not have Artichokes this year, but I did get the pot pie that I missed last year... and another for good measure.
; )


Great purchases! I especially love the Wensleydale.


You got a seriously great haul! I'm so glad I got the opportunity to meet you & sign your bag. An excellent idea and great way to remember people. I am just now recalling people's names in drips and drabs as I read other blogs and Ravelry. Can hardly wait until next year!


What fun! Someday I have to get to Rhinebeck.

Mary Beth Temple

So nice to meet you after we keep ending up on the same threads at Ravelry! And that smiling sheep photo is one of the best critter pix I have seen yet :-)


Glad you had a good time. Looks like lot's of fun.



I'm so envious. First Rhinebeck and now Celia Quinn! You certainly are living the good life. I'm so glad you had fun at Rhinebeck and shared it with us.I really do have to get organized enough to go next year.


Maia, your bag looks fantastic! Truly an awesome idea! Girl I know exactly what you mean about Wensleydale, affectionately nicknamed Wenny by me. I have a serious love thang going on with them. All of Sunday I searched for some magnificently prepared Wenny, and nothing cut it for me. Yes, I did see the locks, but it NEVER dawned on me to spin it form the locks although I have done that before! I feel like such a big doof. I hope you get to it soon, so I can live vicariously through you. I may just contact the vendor and see if I can order some, although I have no good reason to be buying ANYTHING, anytime soon. Anyway, it was fantastic meeting you in the flesh!



Your bag idea is brilliant! I bet it'll be a trend next year.


Wow. You have had one whirlwind ride that isn't over yet! Lovely purchases and it was so nice to meet you this past weekend. :)


What a treasure your bag is! The sheep sleeping are so sweet. That is quite the haul you get to take back home. Are you rubbing your hands in evil glee - I mean anticipation?


One of these days, I'll make it to Rhinebeck! Looks like you had a wonderful time. I hope you don't mind but I'm tagging you for 8 Random Things.

Rosi G.

LOVE the bag! That was a great idea!!

And, I'll never forget your words when I showed you a quick pic of my Rhinebeck haul: "oh, that's a drop in the bucket!"

They made me feel soooo much better about my FULL indulgence! HA!

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