Wild Fibers Winter 2008
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- The wooly side of the Wild West
Join the sheep rancher John Maneotis for some outrageous tales
and undisputed facts about raising theep in the Wild west.
- Threatened by the "Throat of Fire"
Transplanted from Peru, Chile and Bolivia, Ecuador's only vicuna herd is living under
a tremepramental volcano.
- Chasing skirts in Guatemala
The rodillera makers are long in tradition but short in the hemline as
Torie Olson discovered after her ride on Guatemala's "chicken bus".
- Spinning in America's Heartland
Nearly thirty years ago John Brown came home with a truckload of spinning equipment.
Today he is president of America's largest yarn manufacturing operation,
Brown Sheep Company.
- The South American Camelidae
There are four types of camelid found in South America; what makes them similar and
what makes them unique?
- The View from the Rookery
Wild Fibers' new foreign correspondent Rosemary Wilkinson reports on life as a
farmer and fiber artist in the Falkland Islands.
Letzte Änderung: 27.1.2008
durch Alexandra Weikert
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