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“The real attraction is behind The Good Time Stove Co.”

Good Time Stove Co.
Reviewed April 30, 2013

Walk around to the back of the Good Time Stove Co. and you will find a large garden that is the setting for objects including sculptures, rock formations, rusted wheels, shards of colored glass set into stone, and other hand-crafted pieces that range from quite beautiful to very kitschy. Called The Three Sisters Sanctuary, this garden "museum" of folk art is the result of over 20 years of work by the owner of the stove company. It is free and in good weather, open pretty much all the time. Donations are welcome but there is no obligation. We have been there with grandchildren, including a teen ager, with out-of-town adult guests, and local friends. Many people who, like us, live in the area, don't know about it since the owner never advertises. But he welcomes visitors and if he is around, he's happy to answer questions. So after you've looked at the great old stoves, step out the back door into this magical world and have a leisurely stroll around!

Thank Steffi S
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Reviewed November 13, 2012

think outside of the box oven!.... See yester year.... visit the beautiful garden .... see the unique art created for the garden. sit in a nautural amitheature. enjoy this unique roadside stop

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Reviewed July 26, 2012

In this time of throw-away mentality, someone has the good sense to save and rebuild functional heating and cooking stoves. These items have character, history, and serviceability: a Thirties-era "dressing table" stove has a small burner in the center of the cook top for warming small pots and a pilot light in the stove box for rising bread dough.
Need a part to your Grandma's antique Glenwood? Call them.

1  Thank Pelecanus
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Reviewed December 15, 2011

My wife and I were given false measurements over the phone and on-line, so we ended up having to return a wood stove (that also had a long crack in it). When we picked up an alternative stove, it was wrapped, the owner was away, and, after we unwrapped it at home, it was not the stove we paid for...
Just double-check the facts and you might get a good stove from these guys...

5  Thank vicill47
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