The front of the shop appears nearly typically retail, with various pieces from the whimsical to practical for the kitchen. Around the corner, a fudge shop (free samples to help you decide you can't live without it), a brief video about the factory and myrtlewood, and then a short self-guided tour of the factory (wood working areas) that leads back to the retail part of the building. When we were there, we watched one fellow for a few minutes working a piece of wood, but didn't see much other activity. Still, we enjoyed looking around at the tools and exhibits and especially looking at the finished pieces in the retail shop. Lovely wood!
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