Sericulturalist and horticulturalist, mad scientist and earth oven baker.
Travel the world of exotic fibers without leaving your spinning wheel. From former Soviet Central Asia to a tiny island off the coast of Washington in the U.S. Pacific northwest, follow your ears to a world of communion and imagination. If you cherish fiber arts and the animals that make them possible, this is a journey for you.
I have listened to the WSJ daily read and then read the actual journal nearly every day for over 6 months. I love the audio, which I listed to on my way to work, but I wish that they would drop the editorial section and expand the main articles. The editorial section tends to be very political and even if you generally agree with the writers, they get annoying with their unabashed whining about "left wing" this and "liberal agenda" that....then again, this only accounts for about 20% of the program, so I would recommend it overall.