|Weary traveler looking into the sun for a selfie in front of Lehman's|
|Cast Iron Cafe - seriously cute!|
|Made with Lard Potato Chips - quite tasty.|
|Dairy section - above the for-sales items, displays of antique items|
There was an exhibit of wood relief art. I wish my photography were better, because this art was truly amazing. These pictures do not do it justice.
I think my favorite section was the wood stove showroom, which was rather warm with a couple of the stoves lit.
The section I did not take a picture of, but should have, was the laundry section. They had a variety of washboards, glass, galvanized steel, and several sizes too. I almost got one - just for the coolness of a washboard. They had all kinds of drying contraptions - and that was a real temptation (but I did not have the room in my vehicle). Well made drying racks are hard to come by and they had so many sizes and types and they all folded down, some attached to the wall and folded into a nifty shelf.
|This is an old fashioned look to mostly modern appliances - they had it in red too!|
|Dreaming - me and my homesteading stove|
|The dream stove in all its own glory.|
After a good meander through the store, I ended up purchasing a bag of white popcorn kernels, a thick square yardstick, a stainless steel colander, and a paring knife. Practical souvenirs from an impractical visit to a practical store.