I have been here a number of times as it is an interesting place to visit. When you imagine that one man, Raymond Overholzer, made all of the wood pieces here you can see what a love he had for wood. These pieces were fashioned by him using, I believe, hand tools. He married his school teacher and after he died, she lived in the "widow's cottage" which is now a gift shop with handcrafted items for sale. These items are made by local people and you can find some very unusual items here.
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