This spring has been one for the books!
I have just come home from New Hampshire Sheep and Wool. It was cold and wet but I was reminded that it's not unusual for there to be a rainy day at that festival. The customers are prepared and came to the event anyway! Thank you!!
On our way home, we drove through an area with snow on the shoulders of the road, I was not sure that I was seeing it, could it be snow in mid-May? Good thing I had a passenger to confirm.
Last weekend, I traveled south to Maryland Sheep and Wool. I drove through the heaviest rain I have ever driven through. If I could have turned around, I might have. I was on the interstate and stuck between a group of tractor trailers that didn't give me that option. By the time it had let up raining, my GPS had diverted me to a wonderful road with farmland surrounding me. Rt. 15 in Maryland was a blessing! On the way home, it was much nicer weather and I really got to enjoy it!
I'm home now until the Maine Fiber Frolic, the first weekend of June. I am hopeful that it will not be snowing!