Saturday, October 25, 2014


SAFF stands for Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair,
 which is being held at the WNC Agriculture Center in Fletcher, NC this weekend.

Yesterday Pog and I spent the morning seeing more fiber, spinning wheels, looms and
other fiber tools than you can imagine in one place!

It's a lot of fun but I enjoy seeing the animals the most.
I used to raise sheep and goats but now that I am not on a farm,
 I miss being around animals.

I enjoyed being able to pet these guys. 
I love the expression on their faces and they were so soft!

I saw this little one visiting with her owner.
 The tiniest Dachshund puppy I have ever seen.
She was so playful and friendly. 
My cat is three times bigger than this pup!
I looked at Pog after playing with her, rubbing that so soft tummy
 and what did Pog say?
Ah well.. at least I got to play with this one.


  1. Oh my goodness those are just the cutest faces

  2. Who could resist a baby face like that. They are so adorable. I'd want to take one home or maybe two.
    They grow up very fast though. My weaving daughter would be in heaven there.
    Thanks for showing the weaver's paradise.
    Have a nice weekend.

  3. How could anyone say no to a dog?! And that little one sure was cute.Those are some interesting colors on those alpacas. Wow! Glad you had fun.

  4. What fun! I'm with you--the animals would've been my focus, too, I'm sure. Our neighbors have a dachshund who comes over to play with our cats--they are such good dogs . . .

  5. Sounds like a good day out. What beautiful animals. My mother used to raise miniature goats, they were more like pets & so fun to watch play. Very cute Dachshund, they are my favorite kind of dog. Our little Cappy (part Dachshund) was given to me through the drive thru window when I worked at the bank, I just couldn't say no!

  6. Love that first alpaca!
    God made puppies so dang cute so we'd fall in love with them. Too bad so many are in need of forever homes. Makes me sad.
    Hugs :)