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    Jun 14 2010

    episode 108: “Hooked up to the grid”

    Published by Meghan at 7:48 pm under Babble,gardening,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

    First off, thank you for being SO very patient! i really appreciate it!

    episode 108: “Hooked up to the grid”

    June’s podcast donation incentive prize has been sponsored by knittingfairy.com. They have donated a shawl kit for their new Counterspell Shawl that just debuted at stitches east!
    Counterspell
    So pretty! the kit will include one skein of Acero by Brooks Farm Yarn, pattern, beads and needles for the shawl.
    if you donate to the podcast during the month of June, you will be automatically entered into the drawing. :)

    townhomesteading:
    -strawberries
    -the move
    -the cleaning

    babble:
    -camping with littleman

    fibery goodness:
    -farm tour with esthers place fibers

    thank you:
    my new microphone. thank you for donating to help. it is really appreciated and i couldn’t have purchased this without you.

    favorite thing:

    our neighborhood/home

    4 responses so far

    4 Responses to “episode 108: “Hooked up to the grid””

    1. kateon 15 Jun 2010 at 12:59 pm

      yeah!!! I can’t wait to listen!! I love the car rug, I just tossed mine out a few years back. It was well loved in it’s day.

    2. S. Steubeon 15 Jun 2010 at 6:14 pm

      I laughed out load about the chunk falling out of your coach. There’s no telling what’s buried in our coaches.

    3. Mollieon 16 Jun 2010 at 6:09 am

      So glad the move is over for you! Wow, you must have been exhausted that night! I’m scared what might be hidden in our couches & had to LOL when they moved yours.

      Hope you get that internet soon too!

    4. karenmoniqueon 16 Jun 2010 at 8:17 pm

      Your camping trip sounded dreamy! I’ve got an ol’ 71 bus and would have loved knitting at a campfire with you all.