Finally, My Move News!

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Waaaay back in February or March, my brother, Tommy, called to say that he and his wife (also named Jennifer), were purchasing a ranch in New Mexico, about an hour north of Silver City, smack in the Gila National Forest near Lake Roberts.

They plan to rent the ranch house out for weekly or monthly vacation rentals on AirBnB for several years, and would I consider moving there to be the caretaker? There is a 1,200 square foot workshop building which can house my yarn / painting studio, and a small living space when the house is rented (and eventually a yoga studio). They knew I would be divorced by the end of the year, and wanted to give me an option, and an opportunity to shake up my life (yeah, he’s a really good brother, and SIL 😀 ).

My first response was ARE YOU INSANE?! How could I possibly move that far away from my kids, my family, my friends, from the forest and the mountains, from my hometown of Washington, DC, from everything familiar?! … How could I move that far from MY KIDS! Nope. No way. Nuh-uh. But, hey, thanks for thinking of me.

one the way to the ranch, and views from the many porches at the ranch

My brother, being the more rational one of the two of us, told me to just take some time to think about it. From their view, it was the perfect opportunity for all of us – I’d have a place to go that was new and different, where I could regroup and figure out my life and future. They’d have someone they totally trust to watch over the place. So, I said, fine, I’ll think about it (all the while thinking to myself there was no way I could every consider doing something so crazy).

But he sent me the real estate link to the property, and links to the area. And I sat on it, and thought about it, and agonized and obsessed and pretty much drove myself crazy. And then I talked to a couple of friends and one of them, who knows me so well, said, in her infinite wisdom, “JEN. This is not a decision for the rest of your life. Just go do it for a year. You can do anything for a year, and it might be just what you need.”

exterior of the ranch house, built to look like an old adobe dwelling

And then I didn’t feel quite so crazed about it all. Took a deep breath, and started to envision whether I could actually do it. And I made plans to visit in April, when Tommy and Jen were headed out for the house inspection.

more exterior shots (don’t you want to come stay? It will be for rent! stay tuned for more information on that!)

And … OMG. It’s enchanting. All of it. The ranch house, the workshop building, the Gila, Silver City, and everything in between (yeah, they don’t call New Mexico the Land of Enchantment for nothing!). I walked out on one of the balconies at the house, looked at the view, heard the wind through the pine trees (which I think might be my favorite sound of all), and I fell in love with the idea of making such a move (because, really, if not now, WHEN?), living somewhere so different, having time and space to figure my own self out.

Ranch house interiors. Yeah, it’s really cool!

Still. Moving that far away from my kids, my parents, my friends … that’s really, really hard to envision. In the end, I talked to my kids and my daughter was all over the idea, telling me to go for it and it would all be fine. My son was much more cautious, but in the end he’s at least mostly supportive of it. I seriously couldn’t even contemplate doing something like this without their support.

I’ve never been much of a risk-taker. I feel like I’ve tended to take the safer, more secure route when making decisions. Maybe I’m older and wiser, but I realized something during this process: We only regret the chances we don’t take (okay, I guess there may be some chances we could regret taking, but on the whole I think that’s true).

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view from the road between Silver City and the ranch (it all makes Rappahannock County, VA and the Shenandoah look downright suburban)

I asked myself two questions: “If I don’t do this, will I always wonder ‘What If?'” And, “If I don’t do this, will I regret it?” The answer to the first question was absolutely yes; the answer to the second question was most likely yes. And in honestly answering those questions and listening to my intuition and my soul, I had my answer to the question of whether or not I could move so far away. Yes. Yes, I could. As frightening and fraught a decision as it was, yes.

a little bit of Silver City – artsy, funky, quaint, friendly town about a hour from the ranch

Also? Thank goodness for technology – if I couldn’t keep in touch with my kids so easily through FaceTime, text, Find My Friends, and old-fashioned calling, I doubt my answer would have been yes.

I could stay where I am. Find another house in Virginia, stay close and comfortable and secure. But I don’t think we grow as much in the safe, secure, comfortable spaces. I’d already made a huge, scary decision in ending my marriage. And looking forward, I know I want more from life than the safe, secure, and comfortable.

Gila Cliff Dwellings, about 40 minutes from the ranch

It sort of seems like destiny. The name of my business is, after all, named after a concept in Navaho weaving called the Weaver’s Pathway, also loosely translated as the Spirit Trail. When I mentioned my plans to a few “industry friends,” a number of them said they actually thought I lived in New Mexico. The cliff dwellings and Chaco Canyon have been on my bucket list since high school. And Georgia O’Keeffe … don’t even get me started on how I wanted to be her when I grew up – so independent, so incredibly talented, so strong and opinionated and living life on her own terms. I have to wonder if it’s all been leading me to this point, and this decision.

Who knows! But, after several delays with the ranch purchase (the last of which had to do with the fact that it’s IN the Gila National Forest, and there were some boundary line issues) off I go! Well, it’s not that easy, of course. I’d by a liar if I didn’t admit I’m terrified, sometimes to the point of paralysis. But, as is often the case, I think making the decision was the hardest part. I still question whether I’m nuts to even be considering this move, or might ultimately chicken out … and I probably will up until I arrive there (who knows, maybe even after I get there, but I do hope not). You know the saying, courage is not the absence of fear, but being afraid and doing the scary thing anyway. I’ve never considered myself all that courageous, but maybe I am. A little.

Gila Hot Springs, about 30 minutes from the ranch

As I mentioned above, the house will be available for vacation rentals on AirBnB, so once the deal is done and the website is built, I’ll most certainly share the info in case any of you fancy a vacation in a really cool place, with so much beauty surrounding it, and so much to do and see (Silver City, the Gila Cliff Dwellings, the Gila Hot Springs, hiking in the Gila National Forest, fishing and boating on Lake Roberts … and the Tour of the Gila Bike Race, the Silver City Blues Festival, and so many other events in Silver City to enjoy, too). Or, hey, get a group of friends together and rent it for a fun weekend; there will be three bedrooms available (queen, double, twin), plus several additional lodging options right nearby (with advanced notice and coordination, we could potentially add a dye workshop to your weekend!).

I have lots of thoughts and ideas about potential knitting and / or dyeing retreats, and have even talked in general with some of my designer-friends about teaching. So, stay tuned for that as well! Once I get out there, get settled, and can look forward and actually plan something, there may just be some retreats and other events at the ranch.

I’ve now moved out of my studio in Sperryville, VA, so my journey has begun. Soon I’ll be moving in with a local friend for the month of January and possibly part of February, and will be sharing her studio so I’ll be able to dye yarn for some shop updates I have planned for the first part of the year. And then I’ll be packing everything up, a three day drive West, and getting settled into my new life (at least for a year … it’s just a year spent out west, at this point … I can’t think beyond that yet).

I won’t be traveling alone though: this is Saoirse (pronounced Seer-sha), my new puppy! She was born on October 18; her mom is an American Bull Terrier and we’re guessing her Dad was a German Shepherd (those ears!). Time will tell!

What this major move also means is that I will no longer be vending at either the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival or the New York Sheep & Wool Festival. I’ve been a vendor at both for 14 (or 15?) years and the latter was an especially difficult decision. I love NYSW so much; it’s hard to imagine not vending there, most especially seeing everyone who comes to my booth. You all are the best part of doing shows, and I’m really going to miss having that face to face connection with you.

But the realities and technicalities of vending from so far away are just more than I can contemplate (I know many vendors do travel extremely long distances to attend these shows; it’s just not something I can see for myself). I am happy, though, that I’ll be going to NY as a regular attendee in 2019, along with most of my booth babe cohorts, so perhaps we can have a STF get together at some point at the festival!

I look forward to sharing the coming year’s adventure with you. I’m excited to see whether this new environment will change my color sense, colorways, and dyeing!

Which brings me to one more topic: 2019 Yarn Club! I’m still working out the specifics, but this year it is called (appropriately) New Beginnings. If you’d like notice of the club openings before they’re live to the general public, make sure you’re subscribed to my newsletter. I’ll be sending a quick newsletter out sometime the first week of January (which is this coming week! Yikes!) with secret subscription pages, before they go live to everyone.

Here’s to adventure, and to living life with an exclamation point! Happy New Year, everyone!

100 thoughts on “Finally, My Move News!

  1. Happy 2019, Jennifer! I hope that the move is settling in nicely for you. As I look over my recent purchase from your sale at Rhinebeck, I was wondering if you still have any of the Sunna from left? Such an annoying question, when you have so much on your mind, but I thought “it doesn’t hurt to ask?!”

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  2. I am so excited for this chapter of your life! I spent three years in NC, just moved back to MA, and it was the best thing I’ve ever done for myself. Just opened myself up and dove in. The ranch looks amazing!!

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  3. Jennifer, I am so happy you have such a wonderful opportunity. I am glad you took the plunge. Although you may not be at NYSW or MSW anymore, there are plenty of fiber events in the West. Estes Park Wool Fest, Black Sheep in OR, Lambtown, etc. One of my favorite dyers is in NM: Polly Barton. She is a weaver and her expertise is ikat dyed warps.

    The ranch is lovely. You will have a great time there. I already want to rent it!

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    • Thank you! For now, I’m not planning to vend anywhere, but will just do online and studio visits. But I’m hoping to get to Taos this year, and perhaps Estes (I’ve been to Black Sheep; I have a good friend in Oregon). And I’ll definitely post renting info as soon as it’s ready!

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  4. All the best to you, and I look forward to hearing about what you are doing! I’ve visited New Mexico many times, and it’s one of my favorite places.

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  5. Great courageous decision! I just found some STF yarn from a former year’s yarn club, and remembered how much I love your yarn and colors. I am wondering what will come next colorwise, with the new surroundings!

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  6. I’m new to your yarn, and bought an armful of Zalti at NYSW this year that I’m now knitting into a Groot sweater. As I was knitting along one afternoon, my skein fell off the table and literally bounced a foot off the ground, and I thought, this is magic wool. Like, out of a storybook! So I’m not surprised you’re going on an adventure to a magical place, where the likes of Georgia O’Keefe lived and worked. Best of luck, and I’ll be hoping for more Zalti when you’re settled. 🙂

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    • Magic wool! I love it! Zalti certainly is bouncy :-D. Zalti is definitely on the horizon; I’m actually working on a dyed-to-order shop update now for Samantha Lamb’s new sweater design she published just before Christmas! It’s a beautiful cardigan with some colorwork along the bottom.

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  7. What a great adventure!! I will miss seeing you at NYSW though I have missed it myself the last 2 years. I look forward to reading more on the blog about your new life out west. From your pictures, it is a beautiful place!

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    • Yes, I’m sad about NYSW, but excited to be attending in 2019 as a spectator, for the first time ever! So many buildings and vendors I’ve never gotten to see before! And I’ll definitely be posting more on my blog as things progress. xo

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  8. Best of luck on your new, exciting adventure. I will miss seeing you at the different events we have both attended over the years, but will happily be able to keep up with you through the magic of technology. Happy New Year, Happy New Life!!

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  9. Sign me up for any workshop!!! Don’t care what, just give me a reason to go… Wishing you the best. I am so excited for you. What an adventure. Love the puppy…

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  10. I just know (from experience) that in the future, you are going to look back at this decision and will be very glad that you made it! Three years ago, as the company my husband worked for in NYC was shutting down, he got a LinkedIn message from a head hunter about a job with an asset management company in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Crazy, he thought….Both of us are life long NY/NJ people. At first, hubby threw that message into the virtual trash bin. Rural Western Colorado? Ok, it’s a ski town, but still…..Nah, not for us. It’s hard to get to. It’s too small. Yada, Yada. But then we thought….. Our last child Is about to graduate high school, what the heck….how often does one get an opportunity to do something like this; especially in our late 50’s?!?! So, we decided to go for it. He moved here within a week of his interview. I sold our family home and moved here the following summer after our daughter finished her senior year. Here we are, three years later, and it is the BEST DECISION we ever made. We have so many new friends. We lead a more active and outdoor lifestyle. The kids visit and bring their friends. There are vacations they prefer to be with their friends back east than with us on the ski slopes, though there is plenty of that. I go to NYC at least once a year and experience it like a tourist….which is something that I never did before. Your brother’s ranch is gorgeous! I’m sure it will inspire your creativity in many ways. You will meet plenty of new people and you will have the alone time you need to create. A Win/Win!! I hope you are as happy in your new situation as we are in ours. You can look at it as temporary for now….but, ya never know, you could end up loving the fiber scene in New Mexico!!

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    • That’s so wonderful to read; thanks so much for sharing, Betsy! Stories like yours make things seem entirely possible and not so scary xo

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      • It is ENTIRELY possible Jennifer. There is something truly invigorating about making a move like this as an adult after raising your kids–even if we are nudged into it in a way that was not planned. It has made us feel young again—we didn’t even realize what a rut we were in. I hope it does the same for you. And, I will watch your blog to see if you plan a retreat at the ranch. It looks like a fabulous location for knitting, hiking and making new friends. I’m also thinking about going to the fiber festival in New Mexico this summer. I hear there is a lot more weaving than knitting, but there is lots of yarn and fiber crafts.

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      • Thanks, Betsy! So true! And I’ve had so many positive messages and emails about retreats that it’s definitely something I’ll be seriously investigating once I get moved and settled 💕

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  11. Good for you. Change is good, and this will most certainly energize you. It looks like a stunning place, filled with possibilities. Go forth and conquer!

    Here’s to change in the new year!

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  12. Oh, Jen, I’m so happy for you to start moving forward! I’m a firm believer that when things are supposed to happen, God will give you a path – and He certainly has. The whole time I was reading this, I was thinking, “How cool would this be for a retreat for myself and several friends?”, then you mentioned it! So I’ll definitely want to be on your list. You are long overdue for personal happiness and contentment, and I just know YOU CAN DO IT! Especially with that cute, cute baby by your side. Many hugs comin’ atcha!

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    • Thanks so much, Kendra! xo It is perfect for a retreat with friends! And, if there are more of you than will fit in the house (it will sleep 7+ if people double up on beds), there is an ADORABLE motel at the end of the driveway with 8 more rooms and a cabin. That’s my plan for my group of highschool friends – there are about 15 of us; too many for the house. So we’ll use the ranch as base and some will stay at the motel. So definitely keep it in mind for a getaway with your friends!

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  13. Life is a daring adventure, or nothing at all…. Helen Keller
    I lived near Gallup for a time ~ You’ll love New Mexico. The Taos Fiber Fest is the 1st weekend in October – I hope to see you there!!!

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  14. Wow! What an incredible, perfect opportunity. Congrats on taking the leap, and I wish you an easy and inspirational transition.

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  15. You are brave and strong! I am going thru a divorce also, and I hope we both find our true selves and real happiness from all of the growth!

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  16. Good luck and such exciting plans! I too thought when I first started getting your blog updates that you were in New Mexico ( I don’t know why), only to find that you were not far from a place I had recently moved from ( northern Virginia). Now you’re much closer to where I am (Austin, TX), so maybe I’ll stop by and visit sometime! 😉

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    • Well, my company name sort of makes it seem like that’s where I am. And I’ve always, always been drawn to the southwest, so perhaps that leaked through, too :-D. I LOVE Austin, TX! And yes to a visit! That would be awesome!

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  17. So much excitement…and what an amazing place to be living! I’m alrady mulling over opportunities to take advantage of the B&B possibilities of this beautiful site. Welcome to the west!

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  18. Wow !!! I’m excited for your new adventure!!
    And no better companion than a beautiful little pup !
    Live large and embrace the change! I’m guessing you won’t have many regrets. It’s such a gorgeous spot to be moving to. Go girl !!
    Sending high fives all the way from Nova Scotia!!!

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  19. Wow !!! Congratulations!! Life is a journey and meant to be lived !! I’m excited for you and wishing you the best of adventures!!! You go girl !!!

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    • Thanks so much! And yes, I’m looking forward to the potential of a retreat – I’m envisioning lots of relaxing, knitting on the porches, perhaps a hike (the Gila is right out the door), or a horseback ride (outfitter right across the street), visits to the cliff dwellings or hot springs … rejuvenating and relaxing!

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  20. Congratulations on this exciting adventure. The ranch looks breathtaking and this sounds like a perfect opportunity. Wishing you much joy and happiness in the coming year!

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  21. I’m so happy you are landing in a warm and friendly spot with family support. I look forward to the year ahead and a visit to that Airbnb with my friends. We try to travel together twice a year and are always looking for someplace new to go.

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  22. Enjoy this adventure. You will grow from the experience, even as you think “what have I done”.The beauty surrounding your new home should help soothe your nerves, it’s beautiful.

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  23. I’m so thrilled for you! This is an incredible opportunity for artistic and personal growth. As an artist who’s quite familiar with the difficulty in taking leaps like this, and who looks back on at least one chance not taken and wonders “what if” (I had the option to move to London and chickened out), I’m really impressed with your courage: “Feel the fear and do it anyway!”
    P.S. Looking forward to seeing the Airbnb listing, and maybe renting for a vacation!

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    • Thank you, Barclay! Yes, we all have the what if’s – I also have a major one: I had the opportunity to study for a semester in Dublin, and I didn’t take it because it would have delayed my graduation another semester (I was already on the 5 year plan due to two transfers and several changes in my major). I look back now and mentally kick myself!! And yes! Would love to have you for a visit!

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  24. Though I will very much miss seeing you In Maryland, at the NYS&W, and the Sperryville Arts Crawl, life comes with changes, and I wish you the very best in this new chapter. Looking forward to Spirit Trail, New Mexico!

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    • I will miss all those so much, too. I’m really happy to have already planned to attend NYSW (my first time as a nonvendor!), and I’ll truly miss the Rappahannock arts community and the friends I’ve made here. But, change is good! (I hope! 😀 )

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  25. Jen. As one who moved from urban NJ to rural Maine after my divorce, I can honestly say it was both the best and the scariest experience. You will make new friends, paint with new colors, and generally reinvent your art. And I say, Good For You!

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    • Thanks so much, Carol! xoxo I hope it will be the best as well. I think what scares me the most is how OUT THERE it is. An hour from the closest “city” (groceries, gas, etc are all that far away) – WAY more remote than I am now. But I’m looking forward to all you’ve mentioned even more, so fingers crossed the wilderness and distance are manageable 🙂

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  26. Congratulations. New Mexico is beautiful. Maybe you can be a vendor at the Taos Wool Festival. Good luck. Your children will have a wonderful place to visit.

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  27. Well, Welcome indeed to the Land of Enchantment Jennifer! We moved to Santa Fe NM in 2014 to retire. New Mexico is a very woman-centric place to live. It’s always interesting to find out how people decided to come here and live here. The president of our fiber arts guild picked up from the east coast and retired here, due partly to the sunshine (blessed Zia sun) and the fact that we had a thriving fiber arts guild. She too left family and friends behind and she was approaching the age of 70 when she did it. (If not now, when, she asked herself?) I’ve met women on their way to someplace else but found themselves drawn to something here and staying. It’s not a perfect state by any means, but there’s something that attracts the spirit here. It’s the perfect place to be an artist of any kind and I’ve met Octogenarian artists and craftspeople up in small villages near Taos. If you haven’t already, check out the Fiber Arts Trail info at this site: http://www.nmarts.org/fiber-arts-trail.html

    There WILL be adjustments. Even though we planned on retiring here and I was ecstatically happy to return to the west after living in Michigan for 23 years (I’m a native Californian but did not want to return to crowded Southern California), I not only found myself having a hard time adjusting to my new place, but also to retirement and to a back injury that took away some of my retirement “plans.” However, having moved more than once in my life, I knew that no matter how much one wants the move and is looking forward to it, it’s still an adjustment, always an adjustment. And it just takes time for a new place to feel like home. You’re about to be surrounded by beauty and a perfect place to practice your craft. The ranch is amazing! We’re getting an unusual amount of snow this month (thank you El Niño – in the arid west, moisture is always welcomed) with another big storm on the way for New Year’s Eve and Day so this Spring should be especially beautiful for you this year. Regardless of the seasons, the sun shines for over 300 days each year here. That alone is a spirit booster. It is rare to have a day where you can’t go outside, even in the winter. So unlike the Midwest.

    Welcome to New Mexico, welcome to a new start and opportunity. Your sabbatical may end up permanent but even if it doesn’t, I’m sure that you will be forever inspired by the time you spend living and working here. I highly recommend books, both fiction and factual by Lesley Poling-Kempes: Bone Horses, Canyon of Remembering, Ladies of the Canyon to mention three. Lesley lives in Abiquiu, home of Georgia O’Keefe and her fiction books really capture the spirit of the people in New Mexico and contain the mystical qualities embedded in this state. Ladies of the Canyon follows the stories of women who were drawn here back in the early 1900’s when the west was the only place that women could escape the conventions that society thrust on women back then. It’s a more scholarly work but fascinating.

    I look forward to hearing about all your new adventures in 2019 and to seeing how your new surroundings inspire your dyeworks. Very Exciting!

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    • Thanks so very much! I can’t wait – I met so many people when I visited Silver City (and not one was actually FROM there). I actually already looked up the Fiber Crawl, but it’s very much north of me and I’m not in the area it covers (but perhaps we can start a southern one, too!). Thanks for the book recommendations, too; I’ll definitely look into them! And yes to the women moving there! I’ve read biographies of Georgia O’Keeffe and look forward to reading more (and I have a colorway named Ladies of the Canyon … it was after the Joni Mitchell song, but fitting for my move, too :-D)

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  28. I have been a lurker for a long time, love your work, and own quite few skeins of your amazing yarn. I just wanted you to know that I am so excited for your new journey. What an opportunity!! I too am in a marital transition, but not quite ready to make a big move because I still have one child in high school. I will watch your new phase with much anticipation and hope that I have the strength and ability to make a bold move myself some day. The very best of luck and I may just need to come to a dye workshop some day!

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    • Thanks so much for de-lurking! 😀 All the best for your marital transition too; I know so well how difficult and scary it is. It’s definitely easier with both kids already adults and in college. You will have the strength, when the time is right! And yes to the dye workshop! I’ll definitely be posting here and elsewhere about events and such, once I’m there and settled.

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    • The ranch itself currently sleeps 7 – three bedrooms: one queen, one double, one twin. There is of course options for more with air mattress / cot. BUT, there is an ADORABLE motel pretty much at the end of the driveway that has 8 rooms and a cabin. I have a large group of high school friends, and our plan is to rent the house from my brother, and then several more rooms in the motel (because there are like 15 of us). We’ll use the house to hang out / eat / etc, and then plenty of sleeping space with extension into the motel. There are also cabins right nearby, further extending lodging options, and yet another set of very cool cabins about 30 minutes from the ranch … extending lodging and the retreat options even more. 😀

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    • Thanks so much, Kate! And, yes, Saoirse is super sweet (she’s also super crazy and a major biter, and SO STUBBORN … looking forward to her growing out of the former, and getting trained out of the latter. Puppy Kindergarten starts Sunday! 😀 )

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  29. I am so happy for you! The place looks inspiring and beautiful. Congratulations. Here’s to a great 2019. The knitting retreats idea sounds fab.

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  30. Good luck on your new adventure. Leaving your comfort zone is never easy but can lead to a fuller life. I wish you the best. Keep us updated on the B&B I’d enjoy a trip there, never been to N.M.

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    • Thank you, Barb! And yes, I’ll definitely post when the website is up and the house is ready for rental. It will be a GREAT vacation spot!

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  31. You are moving to one of my favorite parts of New Mexico. (Taos is the other.)
    I went to high school in Silver City and my parents lived in the area for many years. You will find it very different, but definitely enchanting. I’m a bit envious. Good luck.

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    • Oh, that’s so cool!! I LOVE the historic downtown of Silver City. I actually looked at an old building that was for sale, as a potential studio / gallery / living space in the future. But I was nowhere near ready to make that kind of commitment, and it sold. You’ll just have to come out for a vacation! 😀

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  32. Bravo you! I have a friend who decided similarly to take back control of her destiny. A year after moving and divorcing, I have my happy friend back, a woman who exudes strength and a sense of well being. That will be you!!

    Congratulations!! Forward!!

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