Words In The Wild

As I drove home from work yesterday I was thinking about what I was going to write for a blog post today. I had planned on showing you my newly finished Monkey Socks but I didn’t get them photographed in advance. I figured I could do the photos when I got home but it was cold out and I wasn’t excited about the idea of taking off my boots and putting on those socks and then going outside in the snow to take some photos. I would have done it, though.

But then I got home and found this on my deck.

yuengling for carole knits

Ahhh yes, perfect for a Words in the Wild post.

Thank you, Yuengling Fairy, whoever you are!

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Comments

  1. Gail Roberts says

    Gasp! Where did you get that? I used to drink that when I lived in Philly. When I used to work at the Philly Folk Festival, there were kegs of it in the cookhouse refrigerated trucks, just for staff. We carried tin cups hooked to our belts so we could be ready. Did you know that porter was the only alcoholic beverage, besides Lydia Pinkham’s Tonic that was legal? It high iron content is good for “women’s complaints”.

  2. Meghan says

    I live in Pennsylvania. Years ago my husband had business in Pottstville and he stopped at the brewery. At that point they gave tours and you could get free glasses of beer as long as you stayed on site at their bar. The brewery was built into the side of a hill in town. It was built there to keep the beer cold before refrigeration. He believes they may have a new larger brewery now. When we were kids Yeungling was cheap and that’s why we drank it. My nephews love it when they visit me. Very trendy now and no longer cheap. Good for Dick Yuengling!

  3. Martha says

    Seriously, you have a Yuengling fairy? I mean, I’ve heard of beer fairies but not beer fairies that cross three states.