Men's Rocky Mountain Knitting Retreat - REGISTRATION INFORMATION


Here is the process for registration.

1. Fill out the Registration Form. It's a simple word doc. (Let me know if you can't open it.) The form can be located here.][1] Download the form and complete. There is a link on the form to the cabin layouts. Click it to view. FYI - Queen beds for couples first.

2. Send the form to

3. Wait for Brady to invoice you via PayPal. First form sent in, will be the first form processed and Brady will continue down the list until everyone is processed or put on the wait list.

4. When you get the invoice, pay us. I know a simple step; but, a must because we need to pay for our food and lodging for the weekend.

5. We take your cash, flip you from invoice sent to registration paid and I send a confirmation e-mail message that everything is happy and well.

6. Request time off from your employer if you need to. This is crucial to you attending and keeping your job.

7. Attend the retreat. More details to follow as we get closer.

8. If you have questions, let us know at


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QueerJoe's picture

I just found out Joe-in-Wyoming will be there (he commented on my knitting blog) of the best parts of going to these retreats is getting to meet the amazing guys I see out here on MWK.

Bradferd's picture

I know... I can't wait to meet him!!! I think I squeed a bit when he registered. He recommended a fantastic yarn shop in Casper. I will be forever grateful for that.

AKQGuy's picture

Squeed a bit? Did you clean it up? I was so glad he agreed to ride along with me to the retreat. Will make the few hour drive much nicer having a person to converse with.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Thank you all for the kind comments...I may have to go lay down with a cool compress to take away the blushes. I am so looking forward to this retreat and meeting lots of fellows I only know on-line. And, Q, I am so glad you offered to drive, not only because you have a better vehicle but also so I would have someone to talk with. Then, of course, there's Sheila. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.