|Hilda, Mac, Etta and Ian|
Forest fires are a part of the ecology of western forests but their nature is changing due in part to the changing climate and to past fire suppression which completely altered the dynamics of the forest. In the past the fires would rarely burn more than 500 acres; this summer’s fire consumed nearly 18,000 acres in the blink of an eye.
|Hilda, I see you!|
|Etta's 2016 fleece|
|Beautiful Shetland yarn from OK Acres, WI|