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Rurality Newsletter 001
March 17, 2013

Is it spring yet? I've got running water up the mountain, and many areas are now free of snow, but there's still some in the shade - old, rotten, and really slippery.

It's making it a real chore to go and collect twigs for crafts. With luck, the weather will stay warm enough to quickly melt the rest of the mess, and we can get on with some rustic crafts.

Other plans include doing some hypertufa projects.

After a winters hiatus, the ideas are churning, and I'm itching to get at it.

Some things that I want to start on are some bigger projects; I have a glass table that broke over the winter, and it's the perfect way to start with a simple yet completely outlandish craft; I'll make a replacement top of hypertufa! I think this might need some reinforcement by way of some wire fence to make it strong enough to hold up, but this will be quite effective. Stay tuned for more on this.

Next time we talk, I expect to have more exciting projects for you. If you have anything you need help with, ask the Artisan.

Visit me in the holler anytime!

Drop by Blue Fox Farm - I love having company.

Jacki Cammidge, The Woman of Many Sticks

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