[Elfsea] Fiber Roadtrip Anyone
monicariney at earthlink.net
Thu Sep 28 16:49:54 PDT 2006
For those of you who did not get a chance to go - it was amazing. The ranch
that Heritage Arts sits on is just breathtaking. Pyro got pictures of
everything and I am sure she could be cohersed into posting them. We all
had so much fun.
I will plan another time and another trip in the near future and give
everyone more warning. Though we were told if you can go out there on a
Saturday - ALL of the shops are open. There is iron work and lots of other
stuff. Most of it is geared to Civil War reenactment but it is still sooo
----- Original Message -----
From: "Monica Riney" <monicariney at earthlink.net>
To: <elfsea at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2006 6:12 AM
Subject: [Elfsea] Fiber Roadtrip Anyone
> Greetings Elfsea!
> It is a rare occasion that I get time during the week to relax and have
> I was debating a Fiber Roadtrip down to Heritage Arts in Grandview,
> Texas -
> this morning. I know this is last minute, but when ya get a wild hair,
> well, you know how it goes.
> Oh! For those of you who don't know what Heritage Arts is - They are a
> of fiberholics that sell yarn, fiber, spinning wheels, looms (all shapes
> sizes), patterns, knitting stuff, dyes, books, basically all things fiber
> related. Check out their website at: http://www.heritageartstexas.com/
> I was wondering if anyone would like to go with me?
> I have room for about 3 others in the truck (4-5 if ya wanna squeeze and
> in the middle). I was hoping to leave by 10 am this morning to head down
> Heritage Arts. It is about a 1 hour drive (50 miles) from my house.
> some time shopping and playing with fiber, grab lunch on the square, and
> then head on back home. People can meet at my house or _if_ you are on my
> way to Grandview, I am sure I could stop and retrieve you.
> Give me a call if you want to go. 817-459-3553
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