From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
No matter what part of the country we are in, we would have to work very hard to be bored because there are never enough hours in a day to cram in everything we want to do. Yesterday was a typically busy day for us.
We started out with a visit to Purley Shell Fiber Arts in Ilwaco, a very nice yarn shop that is run by a friendly mother and daughter team. We weren’t actually there to buy yarn, but rather to give some yarn away. Terry has been going through her stash of different kinds of yarns and found a lot of skeins of acrylic she’s been carrying around for a long time that she’s never going to use. The folks at Purley Shell are launching an afterschool program to teach kids how to knit, and they will be making hats and other items for the homeless and elderly in the area, so the yarn will go to a good cause.
Every Saturday from May – September they have a farmers market on the waterfront in Ilwaco, so we spent some time checking out the vendors.
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