Above, the final skein of Pinkfooted Geese, over wintering from Greenland honked their noisy way to their evening roost on the sand-banks of the River Ribble.
The one parcel I got from her was nice - a skein of cotton yarn, chiba needles, and some incense.
Today the winery, owned by the large Stimson Lane firm, makes a skein of wines in several tiers.
A V-shaped skein passing overhead with a cacophony of honks floating down still epitomizes wildness and freedom for many people.
There, the rivers give way to a skein of smaller rivers and enter the salt sea.
Wil's formative years are shrouded in mystery, concealed from the public by a skein of lies and deceptions so complex that it has taken more than a decade for Wheaton researchers to unravel.
It is impossible to knit from a skein without getting the wool in a knot.
The blue train sped with the precision of a skein of geese in flight.
Once, after being disturbed by a low-flying helicopter, the full skein remained airborne almost an hour before side-slipping and tumbling out of the sky.
Rubble na Mickies concludes the trilogy by drawing strands from the previous novels into a tangled skein .