My last post was about Lehman’s Hardware. Allow me to mention two of the other spots we visited on our short road trip. On the way to Ohio we took a slight detour to Roanoke, Virginia to explore Black Dog Salvage.
Some of you may be familiar with the HGTV show “Salvage Dawgs.” I rarely watch television so have never seen it, but Faye had seen a few of the episodes. It was indeed fun to see the salvaged items available for historic restoration, decor or just plain interest.
Do you need a couple of wharf bollards or cleats to moor your ship to your dock? There are plenty to choose from.
There really is a black dog roaming the premises.
I forget the exact price, but how would you like these super comfortable aviator chairs for over $1,000… EACH.
I was pretty impressed with this industrial metal bar…
It only sells for $2,295.00.
Then I saw this old hotel bar and back bar with hand crank bar stools. Do you think this would fit in your basement rec room?
You can have it for just $24,500.00.
How about a shuffleboard setup to go with the bar?
Those raw slabs of black walnut weren’t cheap… but the cutting boards were very reasonable.
There were a couple of cheese places we wanted to visit in Ohio but our GPS (SATNAV) would only direct us to one: Grandpa’s Cheesebarn.
I was hoping to see a place where cheese was actually produced, but this was obviously just a cheese outlet.
They did have some locally produced cheese.
Some of you would might like to indulge in this…
I didn’t cut the cheese at Grandpa’s Cheesebarn, but I will share a secret: Relatively safe places to do it in the grocery store are the dog food aisle, the coffee aisle and possibly the cheese aisle.