Shout-Out to CITR Party Attendees

Sep
22


Look at Mr. Pibb and Jack loving on each other! The boys in the goat yard have to stick together with all that estrogen floating around!


Party attendees!!! (For those of you who are non-party attendees, excuse this interruption in your normal Daily Farm postings.) Important information will be going out soon with details and directions. I’ve heard back from most of the people who are on the list, but about half a dozen have not responded–and I’ve even gotten a few inquiries that make me think some people are not getting my emails. Please be sure you have any settings cleared to allow you to receive mail from CITRparty(at)yahoo.com, and check your spam folder.

This year looks to be our biggest party ever, and there will be lots of fun stuff going on. Along with a soapmaking demonstration, hands-on Beulah Petunia milking, and the petting zoo, we are planning lots of other activities and demonstrations such as the use of steam juicer, pickle-making, and we have a dulcimer player coming! This is gonna be a fun day. Don’t miss it. Check your spam!

(Don’t know about the Party on the Farm? See here.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 22, 2010  

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  1. 9-22
    10:42
    am

    If you have sent an email since I sent in my list of attendees I have not received it. I checked both email addresses (couldn’t remember which I used) and both spam folders. Nothing there.

  2. 9-22
    11:00
    am

    Thanks, Jason! I just tried emailing you again from another address. Let me know if you don’t get it.

  3. 9-22
    11:13
    am

    Thanks, got it. I will get back to you by the end of the day.

  4. 9-22
    11:52
    am

    Looking forward to it!!! :snoopy:

  5. 9-22
    12:12
    pm

    Can’t come, but I’ll be with you in spirit! :sun:

  6. 9-22
    12:45
    pm

    Sounds so fun. Wish I could be there with you!

  7. 9-22
    1:14
    pm

    Oh, how I wish I could be there!!!! I love that photo of Jack and Mr. Pibb – who woulda thunkit?

  8. 9-22
    1:23
    pm

    Unfortunately, it’s a bit far…..I will be there in spirit! I sure hope you’ll post lots and lots of photos so I’ll feel like I’m there “digitally!”

  9. 9-22
    1:53
    pm

    Not too far, just the wrong weekend for us. Would love to be there though. I hope you all have a great time!

  10. 9-22
    6:39
    pm

    One week from tomorrow and I get to start heading south!!!! :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy:

  11. 9-22
    11:23
    pm

    Oh you lucky people! I’ll pout the whole weekend!

  12. 9-24
    3:46
    pm

    Well, now I am Bummed Out :hissyfit: We are coming to Beckley, WV, from good old Iowa, but because of Dr. appts. and other circumstances we can’t leave until Oct.2. Now, how is that for BAD timing? Sure hope everyone has a GREAT time. But that is a given isn’t it? I’ll be eating lots of good food, but sure would love to see the demonstrations you mentioned before.

  13. 10-1
    7:05
    am

    Suzanne, just wanted to wish you a fabulous day for your farm party! I do wish we were closer and could come up/over for the day…it sounds like tons of fun!

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