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You are paying for one overnight reservation at the 1800s non electric Mullins Log Cabin in Grant County Kentucky. Sleeps 4 Open for overnights March thru November.
You are paying for the instructions and the weaving material. You must bring your own ladderback chair. Check for availability. Classes begin in March on Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday.
This workshop is for basic soap making. No children are allowed. Classes begin in April & held on Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday. Fee is $25.00 per person.
SORRY, Due to the fact that i can't get a company to insure me for soap making classes, i have had to cancel. If you are an insurance agent and can get me liability insurance for my cabin and workshops at a reasonable rate, please get in touch with me. firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a ribbed basket, and limited to no more than 5 students. Previous basket making experience is preferred, but not necessary.
You are paying for a wild herbal workshop. Classes will began in mid April. These workshops last nearly all day. Lunch is provided. Learn to identify plants that can be used for food, medicine, and crafts. Workshops are held Monday thru Saturday. If you are a husband and wife team, the fee will be a total of $70.00 otherwise for a single person, it's $40.00
Bring your garden club, your herb club, or just a few friends. This class begins at 9:30am and is completed around 11:30. We will go out and look for various wild plants before it gets real hot. Then come back to the cabin and study various plants in detail with printed material you will receive. For this workshop, you bring your own lunch. With the all day workshop i provide lunch. I prefer at least 5 students. Contact me in advance for availability. This workshop is only $20.00 per person.
Top picture is an herb club from Lebanon,Kentucky. We were crossing the cedar bridge so that i could show them wild oregano growing across the creek, also showed them elderberry bushes and boneset growing by creek
Bottom picture is a garden club from Ludlow, Kentucky. They took the all day class, and had a great time.
Sorry i can't get the duplicate picture deleted for some reason.