|Thank You Inman Farm Heritage Days!|
|Good morning!I wanted to take a moment and thank each and every one of you that stopped by our booth at the Inman Farm Heritage Days celebration. We had an absolute blast, and hope that you enjoyed it as well.
Heritage Days has grown from a small tractor show to an annual event that thousands of people from all over the southeast come to attend. Joanne, Rick, and Stephanie have truly accomplished something very special here in the little town of Inman. They’re great people who really put their heart into whatever they do. I hope that you found your wallet kind enough to make a donation.
We sold some scuppernog jelly (which if I do say so myself, turned out really splendid this year), sold a ton of soaps, some incense, and a few other things. I absolutly loved meeting the family from New York, and the wide-eyed enthusiasm they carried around with them at some of the old skills on display at the festival. I hope you guys really enjoy the jelly and soap, and welcome to Georgia.
Then there was the discussion I had with a local gardener about placing a beehive on her property to increase the pollination of her plants. That’s exciting for me because geographical diversity breeds biological diveristy which is key to the survival of my bees. Plus I can’t wait to see what kind of honey these bees choose to reward us with! Yum!
I could go on and on about all the great conversations I had about how all soap is made with lye, where people were from and whatnot, but I don’t have space, the time, and I doubt you would have the patience to endulge me for that long. Suffice to say that Heritage days is the highlight of my fall season and we eagerly look forward to seeing you next year.
For now, it’s time for me to get out the soap pot and get to work. Fall Fling (our next festival) is only a few weeks off!