Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Ciao Bellas (and Bellos)

Woolfcamp SC (Woolfcamp Santa Cruz), unhosted by the lovely Grace Davis is over, but the spirit and energy of the weekend will live on until our next Woolfcamp gathering, hopefully here in Topanga. Great time, great women. Here's Woolfcamp's very own blog.


Blogger Kristie Wells said...

Lin, it was lovely to meet you and I am greateful we had your spirit around as much as we did this past weekend. Topanga it is and I would be more than happy to help with a fall event - logisitics happens to be my strong suit. Just let me know when we get a little closer. Ciao sweetie.

9:15 PM  
Blogger Debra said...


It was brilliant to meet you. Sorry that we couldn't have chatted more. I must find out more about Topanga as your house looks loverly.

7:19 AM  
Blogger Vicky said...

Oh you lucky gal...you got to go to Woolfcamp? And meet the lovely Grace Davis? In person? I am so jealous.

I'm saving my pennies and working on my husband, so I can go to Blogher in 2007. I can't do it this year.

Lucky, lucky you! Hope you had the best time.

10:44 AM  
Blogger misskrob said...

Would LOVE to make a trip down your way for the next round of Woolfcamp. It was great meeting you and sharing that experience.

12:59 PM  
Blogger Super T said...

I finally get to read your blog! We have the same template!
You are funny, really funny. I enjoyed our chat, which may never have happened if we had our laptops. I love Topanga canyon. I will be there!

8:00 AM  
Anonymous shaunna said...

Lin, it was great meeting you and I'm looking forward to WoolfCamp South in the fall.

(I will need directions off PCH, no way will I go down the 101 from Ventura County - see, I'm already picturing it!)

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Em said...

Lin- thanks for the email and the lovely comment- I knew I was a fan of Roger! I volunteer to come down early and help prep your house for TopangCamp v. 1.0, you know I can be a help in the kitchen. You're delightful and you may call me whatever name you want to, "Em" requires the least mouth-effort.

2:46 PM  
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10:53 AM  
Blogger JB said...

I feel ridiculous, lin, but I’ve never heard of “Woolfcamp,” even though I’ve read every word of Virginia Woolf. I must say that it sounds like such fun—I hope I can go next year. I started blogging as a kind of experiment, an experiment I didn’t think would last very long, but now that I’m almost a year in, and I’ve met some of the most amazing people, I find that I’m utterly addicted to the blogsphere.

I’d love to meet some dedicated bloggers in person, particularly you, who always makes me laugh and who is full of insights.

Did you say that the next “Woolfcamp” would be near our way? If so, count me in!

10:54 AM  
Anonymous Elkit said...

Yeah for WoolfCamp south! Waaaa-hoooooooooo!

12:20 PM  

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