Thursday, April 29, 2010

Crazy Days



Been seeing a lot of this...



Not getting a lot of this...



Did pick up another one of these...



And most of them were cooperative and followed the sheet into the box...



But there were some mean ones (a clue - I hope - as to which hive they swarmed from!) that tried to get through the holes in my jeans.

I'm not sure if duct tape is a step up or a step down from my usual Tractor Supply Company fashion statement.

I still haven't had time to spin my yarn for the skein competition. I did get Ford's fleece rolled and into a clear bag. I'm sure I have some photographs for the photo contest...if I just had time to get them matted.

How about you local folks? Are you ready for the Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival?

7 comments:

kenleighacres said...

Looks like the horses are thoroughly enjoying themselves!!! I am allergic to bees and it gives me the heebie jeebies to see you with them crawling on you. Love the duct tape ;)

Lori Skoog said...

You have some pretty uptight horses there! Have you planted your garden yet? I know nothing about bee keeping, was it difficult to collect them at the beginning? It looks like there is a beautiful spring going on at Punkin's Patch.

Christine said...

Well don't you look fancy. LOL

I wish I could come to the festival, but I'm already signed up for a quilt shop hop that Saturday, dangit.

lisa said...

Wish I could go to the festival! Duct tape is never far in our house hold!

DayPhoto said...

We use duct tape for just about everything...it's fast and cheap. Of course baling twine is the other product that we use lots of...

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Peacecat said...

Up here, we also call duct tape "100 mile an hour tape" as it's been known to help hold together airplanes and such. (:
I saw that there is a Ravelry group for the Kentucky Sheep & Wool Festival. I love seeing your artwork on the banner! Makes me want to jump up and down saying "ooo! ooo! I know her! I know the crazy sheep lady!"
Have a splendid weekend. Sure wish I could pop on down for a visit!

Denise said...

Oh I love the duct tape! Just goes to show the number of useful purposes for the stuff. Did you know you can also remove moles with duct tape :-)

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