So here we are in December and we're still having October weather.
This afternoon was 7C (45F)! To put that in perspective, the average high for this date is -6.5C (21F) and we usually have some good sized snow banks by now.
Most people around here are not complaining.
The public library has hosted a Maker's Fair the last couple of years and the Regina Weavers and Spinners Guild participates. As we were carrying our wheels and looms in and out of the library on the weekend, while wearing summer shoes and light jackets, we remembered driving through a snow storm to last year's event.
We introduced a lot of people, mostly children, to spinning and weaving. It always amazes me how quickly children learn these skills. They don't have the mindset that it will be difficult which is what gets in the way of most adults when they get started.