So many shops and so little time. You can find almost anything is the Arts & Crafts area. I have bought many stain glass pieces, artwork, candles, food items, soap and pottery pieces. I even bought fabric pieces for my beautiful quilt.
Stop at Tim Weberding's woodworking shop. The pieces are outstanding, well crafted and reasonable. I bought our grandson a beautiful old fashioned rocking horse at Tim's. We figure that it will be around for his grandchildren. The glassblower is by the covered bridge. There are a lot of neat shops at the covered bridge.
Just so many arts and crafts in this area, you just have to visit.
Make sure to pick up the map so you will not miss out.
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