Tamarack is devoted to the display and sale of goods made by West Virginia craftsmen and artists.
Tippy-Too is not allowed inside so she will wait inside Treky - Boy, Treky's got to get a bath when we get home. He's muddy.
Art work that tells a story.
This applies to the next photo of the dying tunnel worker.
See previous picture
Front entrance to Caperton Center
No text from here on - All pictures are of West Virginia products individually made by local craftsmen and artists.
I enjoyed my walk through Tamarack - I hope you did too.
Next week, Ron, Tippy-Too and Treky will head west for a long (about five months) trip. We have camped in 17 National Parks and have 33 more to go. Seven parks are not accessible by automobile - they are surrounded by water or are under water. We hope and plan to camp in the remaining 33 this summer. We will be back home by Thanksgiving if everything goes OK.
There won't be any posts to this blog for a few days as we prepare for this next adventure. But, don't forget us.
Ron, Tippy-Too and Treky