This is Hawksbill Crag, originally designed for February 2022 Yarn Club, Arkansas – The Natural State.
Hawksbill Crag in the Upper Buffalo Wilderness Area of the Ozark National Forest is a mildly challenging hike, 2.8 miles out-and-back. A journalist once placed it in her “Best Places in Arkansas to Get Kissed” travel article. Disney filmed the opening to “Tuck Everlasting” here. We can’t begin to count the number of proposals and nuptials this aged, craggy rock has seen. While the craggy rock may be your destination, there’s plenty to enjoy along the way. In the springtime the trail is lush with wildflowers and along the rimrock trail, a creek tumbles over the edge forming a triple waterfall area. In the fall, the Whitaker Point trail is graced with the bright oranges and reds of turning maple leaves and other hardwood trees. Even in summer, a rich green view over Buffalo River country awaits at trail’s end, with the hike along the way being mostly shaded. *BuffaloOutdoor.com
Shown in Alpaca Silk Cashmere, Delightful Sock, and Whimsical Sock
Shown with Ozark Sky
With all hand dyed yarn there will be some variation from skein to skein, even within the same dye lot. If you are knitting a project that requires more than one skein, I recommend alternating skeins.
Handwashing in cool water with gentle wool wash and laying flat to dry are recommended.
Dyed in a smoke-free and pet-free home.
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Skeins are sold individually. A quantity of 1 = 1 skein of yarn.