Monday, April 15, 2013

Picture Perfect

When an event moves to a new venue, I never know what to expect. Will the layout be challenging?  Will the lighting be awful?  Will people come?

Yesterday The Great Rhody Yarn Crawl wrapped up a weekend of fiber festivities in a new location.  This year the Market was held at Mount Hope Farm.  We were in a restored barn on beautiful grounds with the ocean as a backdrop.  I don't think anyone was disappointed with the change in venue.

Follow along for a photo tour.

The grounds are full of impressive stonework, including this column.

At the end of the drive you'll find the ocean.

Just hanging out above the barn doors . . .

Animals inside.

Animals outside.

Top it all off with lovely spring weather, and you have a perfect afternoon.

Today there's an air of festivity in Massachusetts as we celebrate Patriot's Day and Marathon Monday.  With back-to-back shows I can't take the whole day off, but I will mark the holiday.  A round of coffee and knitting with a friend sound just about right.

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