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More of a plan

by ysoldateague March 22, 2009

I’m putting together a little calendar of my trip to the US (which starts in less than 4 weeks!) and although most of it is just penciled in at the moment I thought I’d share it with you. Any help you can offer in firming up my plans will be very much appreciated – in the form of suggestions of where to go, places to stay, offers of accommodation or to show me your area, invitations to your stores and knitting groups and just simple encouragement.
Use the arrow buttons to switch to April, May and June – the months I’ll actually be there.

I’ll keep updating this calendar as I confirm my plans, so if you’d like to come to an event this is the place to find out where I’ll be. I’m so excited to meet you!

Oh and if you want to buy a book – you can order them here.

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