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Hanna Karin wrote a review Mar. 2021
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar2 contributions
I love the log barn. It is so ecclectic, and a really relaxing place to take a break. No pressure to buy things, but lots of good food and wierd stuff if you choose to open your wallet.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Jim P wrote a review Nov. 2020
Toronto, Canada1,747 contributions197 helpful votes
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This is a great pit stop along the highway, especially for youngsters. We stopped here mainly for their ice cream. Disappointed ice cream is out for this season.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Michaela Tess wrote a review Sep. 2020
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This is a great place to stop in get a treat, Feed the goats, and look at all they have to offer. Fudge is always great ! Yes
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Doug L wrote a review Aug. 2020
Vancouver, Canada54 contributions26 helpful votes
Once upon a time, this kitschy little stop over just off the side of Hwy 97 was a wonderful pit stop where one could find wonderful home made baking, fresh fruit, candy, ice cream, something to whet your whistle and a certain family-run experience missing in today’s run around world. In short, a place to relax and have some fun for a few minutes. Dropping in for the experience and the home made baking the other day left us wanting. Clearly the Mennonite family who operated the establishment have seemingly disappeared. The shelves were scantily dressed with run of the mill food, the fresh fruit looked to be completely commercial vs the local feel of yesteryear. However, the big disappointments were twofold. The shortage of what were staples with the previous owners and the baking. The once “locally renowned” pies and tarts were simply not in the same league as before. We brought a pie home, had one slice and promptly gave the pie away. The single entry off the highway is in such disrepair I quietly vowed not to return at least until it is repaired. The potholes there and all through the property are huge and quite capable of damaging ball joints and other components of anything but a 5 ton truck. The one staff member we spoke with was fine and tried to be helpful, however, the stock was low... a marked break from the past. I am sorry to report that the once favourite kitschy little family run experience had disappeared being replaced by a mish-mash of plastic cheesy animals in the yard with few redeeming qualities...all in all, a shame.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Shawn H wrote a review Jun. 2020
Rimbey, Alberta, Canada16 contributions14 helpful votes
I have read many reviews on The LogBarn and some of these are not the nicest but people are allowed to base their own opinions on the experiences that they had. Over the years I have visited The Log Barn many times with different people. Last August was with a 15 year old, a 1 year old and a newborn. It is a great tourist spot to stop and take a break from a long drive. I have always found the staff helpful and polite. It nice being able to wander around taking in the statues, live animals and be able to browse the store. The highlight ofcourse is if you get to feed the goats. It definitely can get busy through the summer months and maybe some of the items cost a little more, however, thats the nice part being able to make the decision to purchase or not. It costs zero to stop and like I said is always entertaining. I think the owners have created something very special and we will be back in the future.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Responded Jun. 30, 2020
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