May 6, 2010
What kind of person endures a two-hour traffic jam to reach a fairgrounds that's crammed with thousands of people on a day when the temperatures are in the 90s, the humidity is staggering, and the pollen is leaving a faint yellow dust on all surfaces—to fondle wool, no less?
Dedicated fiber festival folks, that's who. I was among the woolheads at the 37th annual Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival last weekend and have plenty of pictures for you.
More Festivals This Weekend
In the Forum: Woolalonging
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