Wild Fibers Sommer 2012
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- Norway's Long Tale of the Short-Tail
Hilde Buer's flock of wild sheep aren't just pastoral ornaments, they represent a valuable chapter in Viking history.
- Mary had a Little Lamb, in the Heart of New York City
Filled with baby strollers, hot dog vendors and magicians, New York's Central Park used to be filled with sheep.
- Laos: Land of a Million Elephants and one White Parasol
Still rising from the ashes of near extinction, silk plays a vital role in restoring ancient traditions.
- New York's General Assembly of Wool
Meet the movers and ahakers of the wool world who hope to pull the wool over everyone's eyes.
- Getting Fleeces Never Felt So Good
Why Prince Charles fell in love with wool; a loook at the genesis of the Campaign for Wool.
- What's My Line?
Otto Stritzel left his mark in the pasture, do you know which one?
- A Rude Awakening
Chris Devaney reports on yet another encounter with Peanut, another near-death encounter, that is.
- Dial "E" for Evacuate
What is the statute of limitations to phone thievery, has it passed yet?
Letzte Änderung: 14.7.12
durch Alexandra Weikert
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