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First of all, sorry for the blog silence yesterday – I was away from the computer most of the day, and during the time I did spend physically close to it, we had internet connection issues. These do happen here … Continue reading

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I’ll be spinning tomorrow night again – though not for a Forum experiment this time. It’s Lange Nacht (long night) in Dinkelsbühl, and the museum Haus der Geschichte is participating. Which means I will be there, spinning with my handspindle … Continue reading

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One of the things I love, in general, is getting to go behind the scenes and see the things not everybody sees. Whether that is being backstage in a theatre, being behind the scenes in an event, or going into … Continue reading

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Yesterday was a really long day – but it was absolutely, utterly wonderful, and a lot of fun. I left home at 7 in the morning, drove to Darmstadt, set up my table in the museum, and did the demonstration … Continue reading

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A while ago (a good while!), I posted a link to the petition against the closure of the Musee des Tissus in Lyon, France. (If you haven’t signed yet, you can still do so!) It looked rather bleak for a … Continue reading

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Just when I was starting to feel all seasonally-appropriately fuzzy and soft and warm inside, a Bad News (TM) email dropped into my inbox… the Musée des Tissus in Lyon is in danger of being closed. This museum holds an … Continue reading

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If you are one of the folks who read German, here’s some archaeology stuff for you to check out. If you don’t read German, there’s pics in the first and third link – don’t miss the Playmobil Burial of Hochdorf! … Continue reading

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