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This was a nice find for our trip and a great way to remember it by enjoying these fantastic jams over the months to come. We finished off the terrific Thimbleberry (had to try it) pretty quickly, are nearly done w/ the delicious Blueberry, and still have a couple of jars to go!
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If your in or around eagle harbor this is a place you have to stop and enjoy the bake goods and jellies
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This wonderful bakery, run by a monastic community called the Holy Transfiguration Skete, a Byzantine Catholic Monastery, makers of their Poorrock Abbey Jams, and wonderful baked goods. We visited during the end of the season, and were able to enjoy some excellent gooseberry
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Saw signs for this place for miles ahead. Expected to find "Granny" selling jams and jellies from her front porch.! WOW we surprised! There was a long line of people waiting to get in the rather small shop. From the doorway we could smell baking and coffee. When we finally
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Really loved this place. The baked goods are great! The only reason I didn’t rate 5 stars , is because the store front where you make purchases is so small. And baked items are not set up well. You can’t se them, until your to the front of the line. They aren’t labeled as to
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