When Nancy & Dean first moved in, the tiny shed on the edge of the property only had one thing going for it, a new roof. The paint was peeling, the interior was dark, and we're not entirely sure how many animals had been living in it. But with a few weekends of hard work, we were able to turn it into the tiniest of storefronts.
The inside was cleaned out, the walls were painted, floor was laid, a door was salvaged, and a path laid in. It was transformed just in time for our first opening in October 2016.
With pumpkin bars and hot cider to keep everyone warm on the chilly fall day, the October opening proved that maybe we weren't as crazy as we had thought and the Tiny Shed officially became more than just a daydream shared among family.