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Show notes for this week's episode will be delayed.
Re: the traveling hintsReplyDelete
Very wise to take snacks and water, because construction and accident delays can stop you unexpectedly for HOURS. Yes, we learned that the hard way this summer. (Also, I good reason to take those "bio-breaks" as soon as the need strikes.)
Looks like I need to listen again to get the info for the spindle maker, unless you have it handy. ;)ReplyDelete