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Boston

by ysoldateague May 13, 2009

After about 9 hours on a train I arrived in Boston on Sunday evening, where Jess and Casey met me and took me for perfect comfort food – Chinese dumplings. I last saw them not too long ago at Maryland Sheep and Wool, but luckily they don’t seem too sick of me yet! Yesterday we all needed to catch up on some work, so we went to the Ravelry office.
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In the evening we met up with some friends of theirs, some of whom also happened to be readers of mine, for dinner at the Barking Crab.

If you’re in the Boston area I have a couple of events planned. I’ll be at Windsor Button on Thursday the 14th from 4-7; Stitch House in Dorchester on Friday evening from 6-9 and Hubb’s Mill Store in Lowell on Saturday from 1-3. I’d love to see you at one of these events!

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