TAG | Stave tour
Below are R&A from Honolulu, long-time Stave customers, who came to Vermont this week just to see us. R&A have traveled the world but never to New England. Yesterday I gave them the Stave tour. Here we are in the showroom. By the way, today we had our first snow flurries of the season. Can you see the white streaks on Stave artist Susan Berry’s jacket and her truck? Hmmmmm, I wonder if R&A expected to see snow flurries?
Good Things Come in Small Packages
Earlier in the week I was lucky enough to be able to visit with guests who stopped in for a tour of the shop. We don’t have many opportunities to see our puzzlers so it’s fun to see them when they stop in. Mr. & Mrs. I. from Bethesda, MD., have been Stave puzzlers for nine years and often wondered what our shop is like. Boy, were they surprised! This is it? This is where it all happens?! Folks are always surprised that all that magic happens right here in our little workshop!
When you see this sign, you’ll know you’ve made it to the right place!
Come On In!
It occurred to me others may have the same misconception. What better time to give you a peek into our world? We’re going to give you your very own tour of Stave Puzzles. When you’re sitting down working your next puzzle you’ll know right where it came from and how it came to be. But remember, this in NO WAY excuses you from making a pilgrimage to Stave. Make your travel plans today! And when†you do come by, ask for Tammy. She gives the best tour in town!
Yíall come back now, ya hear! Jennifer
Tuesday morning, WCAX, out of Burlington, VT came to film the action going on here at Stave Puzzles. We showed off our puzzles and gave a tour of the shop and they also spent some time talking with several of us. On their 6pm news last night they did a story featuring our “Will You Marry Me?” contest. Here’s the link for that if you or someone you know is getting ready to pop the question: http://www.stavepuzzles.com/index.php?p=proposal
And on Friday night, WCAX will be featuring Stave in their segment, “Made in Vermont.”
Check out the WCAX link to see last night’s story.