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Aunt Fred goes to Rhinebeck

by ysoldateague October 22, 2013

It was close, I cut the steeks on the plane, but I finished Aunt Fred in time to wear it to Rhinebeck. The festival was a total whirlwind, and I hardly took any pictures, but we snapped a few before leaving our rental house yesterday morning. In the exact spot, exactly a year later, where we took the book photos. There were no horses this year though.

Thank you to everyone who got a book this weekend and said hello, it was so much fun!  

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