My sister and I went out to Watertown, S.D. for the North Country Fiber Fair. It was fun to see how another fiber event is held. A much smaller venue than Shepherds' Harvest in Minnesota but a very nice event and I have not been to Dakota for a few years and although we were hardly across the border you can see the land change from flat prairies where the combines were already rolling through western Minnesota into the rolling hills of grassland. Everything looked dry starting about an hour west of home, the corn looking like it had been frosted to death which of course it hadn't. Probably why they were harvesting already. This was only the third weekend in Sept. and there was not much combining go on around home yet.
Next year I hope to spend a little more time and go and tour it once again. So thanks Watertown and North Country Fiber Fair, we had a great time.