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Max braved the giant slide, over and over, and his pants paid the price.

I went to the third annual Homespun Yarn Party at Savage Mill on Sunday. It's really grown since its first year, in that tiny little room at the Takoma Park Community Center! It's such a great event, and I love supporting our fantastic local dyers, spinners, soapmakers and other crafters. Savage Mill is a great venue for it, but it just might outgrow it soon!

 

I believe this was Wild Hare Fibers' booth.

What trip to a farm is complete without kittens?

Brian had a ball in the maze grabbing for grass. Occasionally, he got some, and got kind of upset when Grandma took it from him.

This was my lunch at Williams Eatery and Gathering Place. The cuisine is Peruvian inspired and absolutely awesome. This was chicken in yellow pepper cheese sauce over potatoes. I highly, highly recommend it.

We're not lost. The Rangers will come find us!

Max was the leader, and we made it out alive.

The lone kitten, attacking the evil bucket. Go get 'em, kitten.

"Boy, that was some good grass. I grabbed ALL of it."

It's all grandma's fault. I was nowhere near him.

It was a perfect day for farm visiting.

In the light of the last rays of the setting sun. I liked the light on him and I really like his bike handle bars and the fact that he got this bike for $25! "He must be a man of principals wearing this shirt" "I am not sure about this movement to local only" "What do you think?"

And goes right back to grass grabbing.

"Come oooooooooooon, guuuuuuys!!"

Done with the slide, Max runs for the willow maze.

I don't know how she missed it. I saw it through the zoom!

The kid was a trooper through the whole thing. He was cheerful (with one tiny exception). He even skipped his nap!