We had fun watching the dogs herd sheep.
We saw cute sheep and goats.
Here is a close up of those two--aren't they the cutest.
We saw that NH still has big piles of snow, if you look in the right place.
And I brought home some loot.
Some girlie pink lace weight from A Touch of Twist, Zephyr in Lady Slipper, merino and silk.
Some more lace weight from Ellen's Half Pint Farm, baby alpaca and silk, in a lovely coral color.
And some sock yarn from Ellen, a nice pinky-mauvey-green, 50% wool/50% Tencel.
All soft and luscious. I don't know why I insist on buying lace weight. It is so lovely, but I haven't made anything with it yet. I've got to get on that.
I also made a stop to try and find the RV NH letterbox--which was conveniently located right along the way I needed to go to the festival. I'm pretty sure I was in the right location, but I did not have time to make a thorough search. Either someone got there before me, or I just didn't look hard enough (or I blew and I just didn't understand the clues). I would have liked to have brought it to the festival. It is unlikely I will be in NH again soon--so I guess I'll have to try and find it once it is made permanent.