The final tally was five skeins and over 1200 yards.
Successes: Spinning over one pound of fiber. Learning to navajo ply.
Where I came up short: I did not spin every day of the Tour (those flame out days). I did not even come close to finishing the skein I was spinning with my spindle. I did not finish a laceweight skein.
That just means I already have goals for next year.
I really did enjoy the Tour, and I'm still loving my wheel. After three weeks of spinning almost daily, I do need a little bit of a break. Luckily several knitting projects are scattered about the house to keep me busy. Only one of them, however, is getting attention--the Oranje sweater.
I flew through the sleeves on a road trip a couple of weeks ago, and I've continued to work steadily along since then. I'm surprised that despite several 100-degree days, I'm still knitting along on a wool sweater instead of turning to a cotton tank top or something, but I'm not going to question productive knitting.
What I am going to do is go play with the puppy who keeps pawing the keyboard. Either Juno really wants to contribute to the blog or she needs a little attention. I'm guessing the latter.