The Fabulous, Wonderful, Really-Good, Very Great Day

Today qualifies as completely satisfactory.  It’s the kind of day you think of having when you think of vacation.  Well, the kind of day you think of having if you’re a fiber fanatic like me.

I think I want to run away from home to work in a fiber mill.  Hazel at Belfast Mini Mills gave us the tour.

I could hardly keep my hands off all the fabulous stuff.

There were all kinds of cute animals as well.

We stayed until past two o’clock, talked to the equipment guys, drank tea, bought things, and ended up loading a warping reel that Paula bought into the back of my Honda Fit.  (It has something to do with a loom.  Don’t ask.)

After that there was a drive down a red dirt road to visit a potter and another drive out to the Point Prim lighthouse.  All through perfect weather and brilliant sunshine.

Someone even left us a picture in the sand at the lighthouse which about sums it up.

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One response to “The Fabulous, Wonderful, Really-Good, Very Great Day

  1. That was a really excellent day, wasn’t it?

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