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how FUN!


Have you seen all the crocheted streetlamps and parking meters? This is far more adorable!


That is just too neat! More colorful than the 6ft+ ones we have in the rivers around here.

amanda watkins

Ha! I love it!
I have a brother in law who loves to fly fish Door County.. it sounds like fisherman's paradise. (and paradise for non-fisherman too)


What a hoot!

Very clever of the yarn shop owners to yarn bomb this sturgeon.


I can't imagine making that:)!!


Looks like a happy fish.


Now that is something I had never seen before. How cute :)


You can now say you caught a sturgeon! Have you ever seen one in real life? I have seen one and it was creepy to me.

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    I'm a...Wife...Mom of 11...Grandma to many...Homemaker and Blogger of Finnish descent...living in a log cabin here at Gentle Hearth Farm.
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