wetwool

because you never forget that funny smell

But why wet wool?


In a busy world of amazing sights, sounds and smells a place where dreams may not always come true and where nothing is ever quite what it seems, perhaps we could slow down a little, make some time to take a lighter look at life, sampling the simpler issues; family, work, music, food, literature, personal finances, health and anything else that comes to mind.

It rained and rained. I thought it would never stop. I dashed the 50 yards from the field to the house. I had on my favourite tweed jacket, the one with the leather elbow-pads. When it got wet, it smelled funny

Just like wet wool

wetsuit

we just turned our backs to feed some more and then……

wetsuit

11 Comments

  1. I don’t like the smell of wet wool but I’m liking this blog very much.

  2. what country are you from

  3. Did you mean what County?

  4. I don’t know how wet wool smells like but its a cool name for a blog,sounds artistic.

  5. Jyokiviyella – That is such a lovely name 🙂 When you come to smell wet wool you will never forget it. I have had the pleasure of visiting your blog and you have some cracking stories which you write very well.

  6. Visiting this part stops the speculation of wet wool.

  7. That is very true @Maua. Some people are surprised that wet wool can smell so strange. 🙂

  8. Where is the follow button Woolie?

  9. Mackel9…Is that really you, or do my eyes fool me?. I really must do some renovations and modernise this place. I’ll get a follow button soon. 🙂 Perhaps in the meantime you can click on the “notify me by email” box below the comments bit.

    Thanks for stopping by, sir……

  10. Eric M. Wainaina

    March 27, 2017 at 11:07 am

    Tell me, why doesn’t wet wool shrink on its four legged owner?

    • It is all in the design. If you study the underbelly of a sheep there is a fine line that starts from the neck collar and runs all the way to the base of the sheep’s bum. This is known as an expansion section which allows from a small amount of shrinkage in wet weather. Then of course there is Kaolin. 🙂

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