One of the best examples of Creatives’ Power and Impact on a small, rural community can be found at 105 W. Main St where owners Craig and Stella Stevens blend their passions into a delightful and useful collection of … well, come in and find out for yourself. Is that a good enough “tease” for you? Della is a photographer; Craig has transformed his love for fly fishing into breath-taking art. You can also find souvenirs, t-shirts, fresh coffee, confections, and art. Or you can sit down for a wine tasting or rent a bicycle or scooter. And the list continues, because more novelty items are probably being adding as you read this blog! As Craig tantalizingly tells his customers, “you’re standing where the bar of the historic Columbian Hotel was located, where Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and Bat Masterson used to drink and gamble.”
Yeah! Hurry over to 105 W. Main St., have your questions answered at 719-846-8634, or check out the website at www.teesmetreatme.com
Details in this blog entry came from an article in The Chronicle News by Maggie May.