Oh no! Sad news for sheep

The Knitter’s case for public transportation–in art

http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/the-felixstowe-to-ipswich-coach-11601

Interior of an English "coach", a luxury bus between cities in the mid 20th century. 3 rows of seats, each with a passenger. In the middle row, a woman wearing a head scarf is knitting away.

Felixstow to Ipswich Coach

Who’s that in those Foster Grants?

Vogue Knitting.

Alpacas Resources from Heartline Alpaca Farm Virginia

Alpacas Resources from Heartline Alpaca Farm Virginia.

Alpaca inspires a zoning variance

Sue: did you buy one? 😉
Wylie: Wouldn’t fit in the car. Crap.
Ann-Marie: Not from lack of trying, I bet.
Sue: They are so freakin cute. I thought about being an alpaca farmer at one time- who knows….
The Intrepid Knitter: You would be surprised at the price of an alpaca! I’ll stick to spinning the fleece for now.
Sue: Oh, I forgot to mention what stopped me…..
Wylie: “‎Pat K” wouldn’t let me.
The Intrepid Knitter: I don’t believe it. Pat K and I have been scheming on our suburban alpaca farm for a while. We”d call them “Gradoodles” (cross of Great Dane and Poodle) and shear them. Getting them to bark instead of making alpaca noises is a sticking point. (Editor’s Note: Pat K assures me she has a line on a barking dog burglar alarm to solve this problem.)
Sue: I have seen goats and chickens in the city. Surely alpacas cannot be more of an annoyance 😉
Ann-Marie: Oh, “Intrepid Knitter”, this has GOT to be a blogpost!

The Intrepid Knitter : @ Ann-Marie: consider it done!

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