I grew up in Colorado in a large metropolitan area. So, when I moved to Hubby’s first duty station in the small desert town of Twenty-nine Palms, CA, it was quite a culture shock.
In the short time we lived in 29 Palms there is one particular place that began as a coffee shop I believe, then closed and reopened as a bagel shop, and I recently learned it has now become a deli. I don’t think the town would even be there if it weren’t for the Military Base. When I think of 29 Palms, I am reminded of the town of Radiator Springs from the movie Cars.
Ramblers Way Farm is on a mission to rejuvenate the small towns around America, in my book, that’s fantastic! After I spent time in the little mountain town of Montrose, CO where my in-laws live, I have since grown to love the small town charm.
Ramblers Way Farm is “putting-up-shop” in run-down small towns to help restore the communities. They are revitalizing the way American business is done. The Company makes fine woolen apparel using 100% domestic resources! They are the ideal definition of “Made in America”. The Corporate Office located in downtown Kennebunk, Maine, is in a building that was originally built in 1792. It has been refurbished and restored to its original condition along with suited to meet the current environmental standards. I love old buildings, especially when there fixed up too look new again!