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Brill stuff, Deb! I look at your posts and see so many possibilities to spin, knit, and do "other stuff" as a fibre artist! I may be headed to Denver in the spring -- we must get together if that opportunity happens!
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I can't imagine being there and doing what you are accomplishing -- amazing!
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Whew! I've just caught up with all the blog posts: can't imagine the sensory overload you're going through but wish I could be experiencing it too. ;-) I guess a vicarious thrill at your adventure is better than none at all?
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Well, now that I have a real job (finally!), as soon as I get paid, I know what I'll be spending some of it on. Grateful as everyone else that you said "yes" Deb, and looking forward to the result.
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With all the flooding here, particularly our central library downtown, I haven't been able to get there to get the print version, but I have downloaded the Adobe Digital Editions version onto my desktop Mac. It's not as convenient as a real book, but at least I get to read it! (And so far, I love it too! Thanks for the post, Deb, and hope you're doing better.)
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Deb, I wish I had the words to tell you how I feel, but I don't. Hugs L.
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Given I have nowhere to keep a real book, I'd love to have a digital one -- tossing my double-knit, handspun ski hat into the ring. :-)
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I did a class with Jean Newsted a number of years ago where we did a variety of edgings -- some puntas, but others as well, and then knit a small bag employing those bobble-like items. Both the bag and Jean's hilariously fabulous handout (Cerlox-bound, no less) are stashed away in a box over at storage: I look forward to revisiting it when I get it unpacked.
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If it's any consolation, you don't file separate federal and provincial tax things here -- we do it in one form, and because you're not a resident, you probably wouldn't have to do so anyway. I suggest you contact the nearest consulate (I think there's still one in Denver) and ask them.
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That looks like too much fun, Deb! I always like going up to visit our friends who raise bison here for the same reason. While some of the calves have been bottle-raised and have little fear of humans bearing treats, Peter and Judy work hard to keep them from being too domesticated. It makes it harder to get fibre from them, but I think I like them more wild. ;-)
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Nov 16, 2012