Everything was perfect for our First Annual "Spinning Yarns: Cowboy Stories and Song": the food, the weather, the music, the stories, the chit chat around knitting needles and spinning wheels - everything. Well, okay, there were those 200 bees that decided the blueberry dessert was the best thing around for miles, but besides that, it was perfect.

What a joy to meet George and Sue Merritt, our musicians! And their music and stories blended in perfectly with Peggy and Gene's stories of the old west, some of which were true! Alta's beef stew was incredible, and everyone brought interesting stuff to round out a delightful lunch!

We got tons of photos and video, and I want to do the day justice, so tune in here in a day or two after DD has had a chance to work her magic. But just to give you a taste of the fun we had, enjoy these photos taken by our caterer, Alta (my computer says it's too full to upload my camera's pictures right this minute).

Thanks to the old friends and new friends who came to the farm to enjoy the festivities!


  1. It was a beautiful day!

  2. Anonymous8:39 AM

    Everything was wonderful! You are the hostess with the mostess! Thanks for a great day!

  3. Sigh . . . I wish I could have been there!!!

  4. Totally enjoyed it and am already looking forward to the next get-together. Thanks for a really enjoyable day!!

  5. Everything was great! Couldn't have been more lovely.

  6. Payton's Playful Alpaca's2:36 PM

    Love the stories and the music too!!!Those poor Texas/OU fans stuck on the train sure did miss some good fiddle playing and storytelling in Parker Tx!!!


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