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Episode Eleven: Living History

This week is my first live, outdoor interview! I spoke with Peggy Taylor of Loom Hall during the 18th century market at Historic Locust Grove. Please forgive the variations in sound; we were outdoors at her tent and people were passing by, etc. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did!

Early American Life features artists and craftspeople who focus on historically accurate methods of production and design.

Brick and I visited Mary Anne Holmes of H&K Farms to pick out his very first flock of Icelandics!

Congratulations to Koty Armour on winning the Snyder's Spindle Turkish drop spindle and some Ballyhoo fiber to play with!

A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU to plein air artist Lon Brauer for the incredible painting he did of Llama at the 18th Century Market Day! I was touched, thrilled, and amazed, and this portrait is proudly hung in my living room for all to see and enjoy!

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