Yay! Finally a real trip up to Rhinebeck! My knitting, non-blogging friend Sarah and I will be driving up on Saturday morning with our respective gentleman companions (hope that's not a bad idea!). Lauren tells me she'll be there, and I'm hoping to see a few others of you up there, too! Look for me, I'll be the one obsessively petting the alpacas!
Will I see you? Are there any meet-ups planned?
Posted by jess at October 6, 2005 10:00 AM
I'll be there, too, along with a few others from New Haven (including Zarzuela and Eklektica). I'm so excited!
Cara over at January One is organizing a Rhinebeck meetup: http://www.januaryone.com/
Julie beat me to it! Details here:
I wish I could get my guy to come. Some lame excuse about "exams" and "homework".
btw, people will not stop talking about that damn NYT article around here. it's getting reeeeeally old.
I'm going up with a big group of people on Saturday and it'd be great if we had a NY Blogger contingency there. Let's make sure to wear name-tags so we all can recognize each other by our blogs! ;)
I just posted this on Craftster! Great minds think alike I think!!!
I'm dragging my mom...since my DH is "busy"...
I'll be up there with a bunch of knitting buddies. Hope to see you there!
Brought husband and two sons to Rhinebeck last year. If bringing men, DO NOT MISS Punkin' Chuckin' on Sunday at one! I promise they will thank you for bringing them.
I'm coming to rhinebeck I cant wait!!!
I hope to see bloggers around
Don't worry. They'll have fun. My hubby drove me and a friend last year and he enjoyed it so much, that he wanted to volunteer to drive again this year. And wach the sheep dog herding competition. It's actually more compelling than it sounds or looks in passing.
Oh I wish I were going! Sheesh, I really want to see Kaitlyn, Sarah and Sandra... I'm thinking of just dropping everything at the last minute and just doing it.. It'd be so neat to meet you!
If I don't make it, make sure you post all the gory details so I can kick myself in the head repeatedly!
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