Worth the wait, based on the taste over the weekend.
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On Saturday I went to the Spinning Guild meeting and had a lovely day meeting all the lovely ladies in the Guild. It was busy, I never realised there were so many people in the guild so it was great to meet them all and chat. A great opportunity to pick up a sheep's fleece too - a Poll Dorset which is a lovely soft wool and I can't wait to start spinning with it.
Alex and Imogen spent the day at Manor Farm and Alex picked up another fleece for me there - a Jacobs fleece. I really like the Jacobs fleece - I just love all the colours and it's nice and soft and has a long staple (length) to spin.
On Sunday we went to the allotment, more harvesting and more planting and a fair bit of watering since we are getting no rain at the moment and haven't had much recently. Still everything is looking good. No pictures this week though as I didn't get round to taking any.
And of course it was Fathers Day, so Alex had his presents and card from Imogen which were all really appreciated (see other post).