A few years ago, I sold a Hammett loom to my friend, who lives across the road. That's Barb, on the left.
She later bought a Baby Wolf from me. She is also an avid gardener, and when I say AVID, I am not joking.
So her time is limited. She decided to sell the Hammett, to my other friend, Kathy, who lives about 70 miles north of us. That was at least a year ago, maybe more.
A couple of weeks ago, she told me that she had been talking to Kathy, and they had come to the conclusion that Kathy would sell the loom back to Barb!!!
So Lois and I volunteered our time, and Lois' truck, to help Barb go get her wandering loom.
Here's the funny part. These two are so cute. Barb found the money that Kathy had paid her for the loom, still wrapped in an origami paper that Kathy had put it in.
So she gave her the package with the same money, right back.
We had a great day, Kathy treated us to lunch, and took us on a tour of her place.
She has this amazing old barn, full of possibilities.
The barn is much larger than it looks from the road.
It must have been a huge dairy farm in its day.
An old cream separator.
And a lovely front porch to boot.
I was enamored of the window art in her door.
On closer inspection it was her slide collection, hooked together with little round wires.
A great day with great friends. Always a wonderful way to take a break.