Saturday, December 22, 2007

Temptation.

It would be best for me to stop thinking about this, yes?

(It's only a three hour drive away. How big a van do you think I'd need?????)

Edit: Well, I could hire a monster great van for a weekend for around £150 so transport would not be a problem. But Hubby has pointed out there is the additional problem of storage for one and a half metric tons of yarn. And while the attic is almost certainly big enough volume-wise, the rafters might not be quite up to the weight.

Spoilsport.......*humph*

10 comments:

Rosie said...

(speechless pause....) Crumbs! Good job I'm not anywhere near it.
and to change the subject: merry christmas and a wonderful wool-full 2008 (no that does not mean that you can bid for the entire shop!)

Wye Sue said...

Suppose we all put some funds in, imagine the fun we could have at Skipnorth, we wouldn't have to go out looking for bargains....

Have a great holiday, hope the tree survives all it's attention...

lauragayle said...

Holy cow! Soooo very tempting!

rho said...

ummm just how big is your attic you cleaned out :D

gourdongirl said...

Mmmmmmm we could go halves.....but if I did, I think I would be looking for a VERY good divorce lawyer!!!

thereyougothen said...

um, there's no telltale "reserve not met" in red. I'm in if you are!

The Knit Nurse said...

It might be entirly full of old acrylic and novelty yarns. Imagine how dissappointing that would be.

Helen said...

I was going to put in the first bid, just for the sake of it, and then I thought, what if no-one else bid?

zippiknits said...

Definitely sounds like a co-op bid should be made. Have a Very Happy Christmas!

Anonymous said...

oooh no. I was looking at all the warehouse space I had just last week and saying to dad I really need to try and fill that. Don't tempt me!!! kerrie x