This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Rambler’s Way Farm. All opinions are 100% mine.
Even though I live in Florida, there are days when I need to pull out my sweaters and sweatshirts.
Recently, someone asked me if I was given $200.00 to go shopping at Ramblers Way, what would I buy?
My first question was, I haven't heard of Ramblers way and I had to check it out.
After looking it up on the Internet, I realized they sold items made of wool. Wool? In Florida? I would never have any need for a heavy wool sweater in Florida. All I could think about was itchy, heavy and hot and that was not for me.
But then I kept reading about their products and I learned these items are not what I imagined. This wool is superfine worsted Rambouillet wool, which can be warm or cool, is fully washable and won't shrink (the wool sweaters I own you have to send to the cleaners) and is so soft against the skin which can be worn day or night.
I had never heard of soft, washable and very thin wool shirts and thought these would be perfect for the cold mornings when I love to take my walks and ride my bike. I would for sure own a long sleeve shirt, pictured, and I love the camisole they offer. That would be so comfy under shirts for that little bit of warmth I need during the winters here in Central Florida. They also carry briefs and items for men.
Reading further about Ramblers Way, you find out this is a family owned business, which I love to hear about. They raise their own sheep to meet customer standards for superfine softness and sustainable farming practices and made in America. Customer satisfaction is so important to me.
I’m just a country girl loving my geeky life with my wonderful husband, always taking pictures, getting my hands dirty in the garden, being crafty, exploring with travels and enjoying all this on a budget. But above all, living my faith as a child of God!