Signs of Spring

This isn’t yarn, batting, or fiber.  But it’s a sign of Spring.  Spring has been screaming at me for weeks and while it was here in Northern California, I was off in Ontario, Canada where it was still winter.  When I got home, all that was left of the early blooms was my indoor Phalaenopsis, which while impressive, astonishing easy to grow.

Before I left, I managed to snap some photos of a few other delights blooming at the farm:

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A Lovely Dogwood

 

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A Tree Peony

And last but not least, the true harbinger of spring, a wonder pure German litter of seven:

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For Angora Yarns and Fiber, I can be found at the following events in May:

Spinning at the Winery in Livermore, May 25, 2013
and
CNCH 2013, Squaw Valley, Tailgate May 31, 2013

Hope to see you there!

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3 Responses to Signs of Spring

  1. Daphne Collins says:

    Lovely spring images!

  2. ErinML says:

    Nice to hear from you Daphne! Hope all is well and spring it on it’s way in the NE.

  3. Cheryl Taylor says:

    The yarn I bought from you is working up beautifully!
    What a joy!

    It was a pleasure to meet you at CNCH,
    Cheryl

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