The Shepherd and The Sheepcote

"When dusk falls, shepherds lead their sheep to a safe place to spend the night, where wolves or other predators cannot prey on the sleeping sheep. Usually the shepherd builds a stone enclosure with a small opening and he calls the sheep one by one into the sheepcote for the night. When all the sheep are safely inside the sheepfold, he will lie down in the opening so that nothing can come in the only door to harm the sheep.

The Shepherd always protects The Sheep!"

Thursday, September 13, 2012


I have a real nice louet spinning wheel for sale, either a 70 or 75, I am not sure if I ever knew as I purchased it used.  I have found the louet to be very easy spinning, very nice large bobbins and very light to carry anywhere I need to go.  I really like the brake system and not messing with the fishing line of scotch tension.  It has 3 bobbins.
In fact, I like it so much that I purchased a newer one with double treadle.  Contact me by leaving a comment if you are interested in purchasing the wheel for sale. 

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