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 Post subject: Farmer Market
PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:22 pm 
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Location: Marshall NC
About every Sat. morning we stop by the local farmers market. Usually to buy a roasted chickens foot and some dog treats for our Jedi. The lady with the dog treats had someone spinning some cool colors of wool. I started talking to her about the wool and the colors. Ask if she would sell some and how much. She pulled me off a hank of each color and stuffed it into a bag. She looked at me and ask is $1 to much. I got 7 colors in twice what a pack in the shops would hold.

I took the yellow (closer to sulfur) and dubbed a nymph. Dubs great. Smoothly and long strands of fiber.

She has rabbits to. I ask her if she had a gray one. Hopefully I will get some natural colored next week visit.

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 Post subject: Re: Farmer Market
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 12:10 am 
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Well, if I knew you needed rabbit..... I just put your fox in the mail today. I tend to dry out a lot of the stuff I kill. If your looking for that kind of thing send me a PM. I've got one or two wild rabbit hides in the garage and another in the freezer. :D Along with a couple other critters.


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