Day 7 - A Woolie Visit
|Colin training in a new Collie|
|Linda surrounded by her wool|
|Sarah shows Anna how to work a drop spindle|
|Deb R. having a go|
|Nick investigating the carding machine|
|Deb R. shows us how it's done|
|And already looking at the creative possibilities of a bat (carded wool)|
|Sam got shrunk in the wash|
|The whole family|
Deb R: I'm so thankful to be introduced to "Outlander" by my friend Linda, without this I woud not have met the "Outlandish Spirits" of Samantha and Scot! Although we have a family heritage, I had never really contemplated seaching for my family heritage. During our visit to Culloden I realized the severity of how many people died within moments, watching their family and loved ones falling all around. Emotions I cannot explain, only that of deep grief and many tears. Thank you, Scot for your compassion and care! I feel so much love and connection with Scotland's history. I am looking forward now to continuing the adventure of Diana Gabaldon's series of Outlander and losing myself in the books. The history, as well as the cherished memories of Scotland will enhance every page that I read in the future. Thank you! Scot & Samantha for your careful consideration as to our personal "Outlandish Tour". I will treasure this FOREVER!
Sam: Aye Fond Farewell ~ We've taken our new found friends back to Edinburgh and said our farewells. They were a grand bunch and we can add their names and faces to this season of truly lovely Outlandish Spirits. We bade them farewell and headed up the road. Haste ye back. What do we do after a week of adventures? We head to our favourite Chinese take away on the way home. It's our homage to Mr. Willoughby!