I spent a delightful Saturday this past weekend at the Rhode Island Wool and Fiber Festival. This one day event is held on the grounds of Coggeshall Farm.
All of the vendors were outside.
The day started with dense fog, clouds and a bit of drizzle. Given our recent wet weather pattern, vendors were concerned about rain. There was nothing to be worried about. By noon the sun was out, and the day turned warm.
Coggeshall Farm is in a beautiful location off a winding road with ocean views.
The farm is a living history museum with interpreters dressed in period costumes performing farm tasks from the late 18th century.
The farm has many animals.
There were donkey rides.
Chickens roamed around by the barn.
And this baby duck felt right at home. She came all the way from Maine with one of the vendors.
Her name is Harriet.
It was good to see so many of my Rhode Island friends. It was a relaxing day to hang out and spin or knit.
Beautiful setting, wonderful people. It was an enjoyable Saturday in Rhode Island.