Monarch Shawl – Released for Migration!

The Monarch Butterfly, Danaus plexippus, is perhaps the most famous butterfly in North America or even the world. These amazing creatures migrate northward up to 3000 miles each spring after spending their winters in Mexico or California. Great clusters of them can be seen during the migration period, entire trees can be covered with their…

Four Warm Showers

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Fleeced

  Remember these big bags of wool? We estimated 200 pounds of wool filled the two bags of raw fiber brought back from our visit to Cordero Farms. That was a pretty close estimate. Lanolin accounts for around half the weight of raw wool. The first batch was sent off to the mill in April…

Deluge

It’s spring. Yep, you already knew that and so did I, but there are times I forget about some aspects of spring in Oklahoma. We Okies get so busy enjoying the first flowers and the days of sunshine that a deluge of much needed rain can leave some people cranky. Dogs however just know to…