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Old 07-21-2007, 07:35 PM   #1
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Umm...Maine? Please?
Anyone from Maine on here? Bonus points for around L-A, Windham or South Paris... :rollseyes: I need knitting friends... None of my friends understand my happy place (i.e. LYS).
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Old 07-25-2007, 02:04 PM   #2
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HI! I am in Sebago (well right now I am in South Portland-working) Which LYSs do you visit?

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Hi, Anne! There is one about ten minutes away from me in Norway called the Irish Ewe, and the other is in Auburn (15 minutes away) called Quilt Essentials. They're both really cool places. I don't know of any others near me, though. I live in Oxford. Sebago is near Windham, isn't it?
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Old 07-26-2007, 08:16 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by kahluakiggy View Post
Hi, Anne! There is one about ten minutes away from me in Norway called the Irish Ewe, and the other is in Auburn (15 minutes away) called Quilt Essentials. They're both really cool places. I don't know of any others near me, though. I live in Oxford. Sebago is near Windham, isn't it?
Good Morning Kahlua!

Yes Sebago is near Windham - we are actually between Windham and Bridgton.

Quilt Essentials... sounds like a fun place. I wish I were more familiar with Auburn. We use to shop there a bit when I lived in Rangeley. May have to take a ride and find this shop My husband use to race at Oxford-he gave it up shortly after we met (not due to my influence! lol) So I never got to watch him race. I am not sure if I am disappointed or happy about that lol.. might have made me nervous.

The closest LYS for me would be Korner Knitters in Standish-the folks there are very friendly and helpful! I tend to go to AC Moore in S. Portland, it is close to work-actually on my way home.

I had better get some work done... enjoy your day! going to be warm - no ocean breeze today

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Old 07-26-2007, 10:49 AM   #5
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I am in Gorham on the Standish line not even a 5 minute drive from Korner Knitters I love that place.
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Blue Eyes... how is #114 now? I have been traveling into work on route #25 lately to avoid the construction. :( Hope you are staying cool today

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It is still a mess I think we avoid it as much as possible too.We just came in from outside the kids were playing in the sprinkler.
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I wanna play too! lol.. use to love doing that with my daughter when she was small. I know I am weird but I love the smell of water from the hose.. must be the memories it envokes

Kind of figured that 114 was still a mess. There is a sign in Gorham before you get to GHOP that warns of rough road ahead.

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Unfortunatley our sprinkler time didn't last long because the little one got sunscreen in his eyes and tried to rub it out with a sandy hands. I like the smell of water from the hose too or maybe it is a combonation of the water and the grass I am not sure.
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poor babe.. that had to sting.

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