Each spring I head to the ocean for a retreat. I need to be by water for a few days to remain sane. I have combined this trek with teaching, and now enjoy the company of like minded folks for a few days. Yes, it's work, but work that I love.
In between the journeys, there is a lot of time to create. As I anticipate the spring, I end up creating yarns that remind me of the rocks on the beaches of Gloucester. I use angora to heather and "quartz" the colors, and variegated dyed fibers to simulate the jumbled look.
I'm packing to head out this week, and will be away from the blog for a while. The bunnies are all clipped and the barns tidied for the duration. When I return in April, we will shift into high gear as we get ready for litters to arrive.