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A different kind of buried

This just in from Tina:

The dye barn is currently buried under two feet of snow.

As a result, the power is out and so are the phone lines.

If you need to contact us, please email info @

(I work remotely where there’s power, so you’ll probably hear from me!)

Stay warm and happy knitting.

  1. Alice in the Heartland #

    Wow Scappoose is really getting hit this winter. Hope the power company can make quick work of the line repair. Stay safe and warm. Hopefully you can relax and do some spinning or knitting with this nature enforced vacation time. Big hugs, Alice

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  2. Sarah JS #

    Yikes!  Keep warm everyone.  Good thing yarn doesn’t freeze.  But what about the dyes?!

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  3. Katharine #

    Oh Tina and Crew, I so hope you’re okay and that you are warm and there are plenty of yummy leftovers to eat that taste good cold.

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  4. Mya #

    Wow they sure are getting a lot of crazy snow this year. And we’ve gotten hardly any here in Denver. As a matter of fact it’s in the 60s today. Crazy!

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  5. When it rains, it pours. Well you know what I mean.


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  6. Hazel Smith #

    Good thing you have lots of yarn and fiber to keep you warm and probably plenty of hand knit items of clothing. If you really need a hot meal, brush the snow off the barbeque(unless you’ve put it away in some totally inaccessible place). Hope your power is restored soon. I’d be lighting a fire in the fireplace and bringing the florescent camping lanterns up from the basement. I hope you have something similar.

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  7. Woof!

    It’ll make for a great story later! Ingenuity will win out.

    More so with Fibre people involved.

    Wishing you-all well!

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  8. Wow.  Two FEET of snow at BMFA? I’m inland in the mountains, where it’s SUPPOSED to snow that much, and we’re not even close.

    Hope all goes well and everyone is safe . . .

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  9. Can I come sledding off your roof?

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