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Old 03-29-2007, 08:26 PM   #43
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Hi,

Nothing like the NAF (Native American Flute). You can learn to play it in the traditional American way by reading music sheets or you can learn to play from the heart...something for everyone...I am in between...learning both ways!

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Old 03-29-2007, 09:45 PM   #44
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Our outdoor hobbies are the reason we bought the Casita. We both love to camp, and to go canoeing. I love to hike and backpack, and the campgrounds where we generally take our fiberglass trailer serve as great home bases for my hikes.

When I'm not in the canoe or on a trail or rock scrambling, you can find me reading. I always take plenty of reading material with me.
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Old 03-30-2007, 05:55 PM   #45
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I love to crochet. It's something I can usually take with me in my purse and work on while my husband drives. It's great to do at bedtime, too, because it's quiet and the repetitive nature of it help me relax. I've made whole dresses for both my daughters and purses out of nylon cord. I just recently finished a baby blanket a friend of mine comissioned. Don't read directions very well, though. I much rather design my own, which is difficult when someone wants to know the pattern so they can copy it! Everything's a one of a kind.

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Old 03-31-2007, 10:51 AM   #46
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I also crochet. Its one of the few things I can do in a car without getting carsick. Im gonna have to be more careful, though. Last summer, I was working on a baby blanket, sipping wine and chatting by the fire. ( Ah, the life!) Unfortunately, I also made a mistake in the baby blanket that I didn't catch till the end. (How much wine did I sip?) I creatively hid it and my neice didn't notice!
We also enjoy hiking, and just plain being lazy. I always end up picking up a few new plants to bring home (at a local nursery of course!) or stop at a yard sale along the way for stuff to use camping. Both are great ways to meet locals and find the really good places to visit in the area! Where do we stow the stuff? Anywhere we can!
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Old 03-31-2007, 07:59 PM   #47
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along with all the regular camping stuff--
hiking /canoeing/swimming/birdwatching/sightseeing/rockhounding/Dutch Ovening/........
I KNIT I cannot go anywhere without my knitting!!!!! camping offers the perfect place to relax & knit & if we are close to a town !!!!! Yarn shopping!!!!!!
this year I have a new spinning wheel DH does not know but I plan on sneaking it in mmmmmmmmmm it's bigger than a bread box do ya think he'll notice?
OH!OH!OH!!! fiber shopping.....wool,llama
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