Monday, January 21, 2013
WanderLust road would like to take this opportunity to thank all those that supported “Charlie Browns Christmas tree lot”. We promised that we would donate a percentage of sales to Guidestone, Salida Mtn. Trails and the 8th grade Salida Basketball team. As a result of our sales from the tree lot we are happy to announce the donation of $175.00 each to Guidestone and Salida Mtn. Trails, and $50.00 to 8th grade Salida Basketball team. For a Total of $400.00
Why have we chosen these entities, well:----------}
Terri’s youngest son Mojo was a Salida b-ball player, so we have a special place in our hearts and it all begins with the younger players.
Herman Lapp is the 8th grade basketball coach and 7th grade math teacher. Herman loves coaching b-ball and to that end he has begun to build an 8th grade b-ball team by hosting 2 open gyms a week since he started with the Salida school a year ago last fall. He has shown true dedication and we are already seeing the results. Individuals like that deserve all the help and credit they can get.
Hears to Ya Herman.!! Good Luck and go Spartans!
Guidestone represents to us a grass roots attempt at true sustainability by promoting and educating local farming which is truly the roots of sustainability. To that, we salute you. Keep up the good works. Both Terri and Greg and WanderLust road are committed to sustainability. That’s what our business is built on.
Salida Mtn. Trails:
What can we say we love it. Not only has it benefited us all with great hiking and biking right out our front doors, but as a retail business we can’t thank you enough for what it has done for increasing real tourism dollars to the Salida area. We see it. We feel it, people love it and it has done wonders for improving our shoulder season. From a Tourism point; by far the best bang for the buck. Keep it up.
Terri and Greg
Proprietors of wanderLust road.
Friday, January 18, 2013
|handcarved bristlecone twin day bed.|
Back in the day, not way back in the day, but more like 1997 or so, Sometime in the last century that is. Wow. Well, I used to make “rustic furniture”. Nice stuff, or at least I think so when I am fortunate to come across it. Recently I was, fortunate that is. Not only did I get to see an entire house of my furniture but I also get to resell it! Who would have thunk. Unfortunately for u, I sold some of it before I got photos of it. But now, I still have two items that must be unloaded at a thousand dollars apiece. Interested??
The first photo is a day bed designed for a twin mattress.
The second is a queen bed.
Both are made of hand carved bristlecone and represent some of my best craftsmanship. Currently they are set up, for a limited time, in the back of Woods Distillery as he is my neighbor and has the space.
Any how I thought u-all might appreciate it. The photo’s that is. But, if u like what u see I would luv for ya to have it.
|hand carved bristlecone queen bed|