I spent another weekend on the road, but this time it was only for one day. Rhode Island Wool and Fiber was held on Saturday at Coggeshall Farm.
Coggeshall is a living history farm tucked down a narrow road with beautiful views all around.
This event is all outdoors, and it was a lovely day to be vending outside.
The weather cooperated with dry, sunny conditions.
If there's a farm, there are bound to be animals.
Chickens roamed the grounds, visiting booths along the way.
This event included a diverse selection of vendors.
I didn't have much time to look, but I did discover Queen Bee Fibers. They carry interesting jewelry and more. I brought a couple bars of soap home with me.
I always enjoy spending time with the Rhode Island fiber community. Thanks for a relaxing, fun day.
Sunday dawned bright and early, and I discovered I've lost the ability to sleep in. After taking care of a little business in the morning, the rest of the day was work free. And there were plans.
Birthday plans. My son delayed his celebration by one day so that we could properly mark the occasion. From fiber to cake it was a well-rounded weekend.