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Why had I never heard of this place? We stumbled upon it driving through, and now I want to redo our wedding and hold it at Three Sisters. Admittedly, I'm a sucker for outsider / folk art and this place doesn't disappoint. Truly a labor...More
This place , also known as Three Sisters Sancturary , is a wonderful area of gardens , stone monoliths, a fire breathing dragon made from glass shards and fire pit, mannequins decorated with glass, beads , shells and other " found " objects. It's a...More
Review relative to Good Time Stove Co's Appraisal & Restoration Services: I inherited my grandmother's 1895 home in New England, which came with a dual fuel (gas & wood) stove range with oven that she bought new in 1941. The unit is beautiful however I...More
My name is Marley and I recently purchaised a stove from Want A Stove. It is a stove company on the internet. I could not ask for anything more from a company. Not only are their prices very low and reasonable, the stove was with...More
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...More
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...More
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,...More