One of the perks of driving somewhere on vacation is that you can take things with you that you can't take on a plane. So . . . my spinning wheel drove up with us in the back seat. What an idyllic setting, sitting on the porch of the cabin, spinning and looking at the trees and lake.
I managed to spin four bobbins of fiber on the trip and when I came home, I have so far plied two of the bobbins. One ply was my hand painted roving of Blueface Leicester and Tussah Silk (a 75%/25% blend) called "Indian Paintbrush" and the other ply was one of the luscious Inglenook batts called "Looking forward to Autumn" -- how apropos. This was one of my most favorite Inglenook creations.