Thursday, November 24, 2011

The Holidays are upon us!

We hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving.  We were fortunate and thankful to spend the day with friends and family; good food and good company!

Friday we'll leap into the holiday shopping season - Black Friday, check, Small Business Saturday, check and double check.

You won't have to deal with this...
but you do get to support this...
On top of some swinging deals in the store, we'll also have some tasty snacks from our friends at Great Harvest to help keep you going.

On to the deals...

Our front table is filled with great savings on Tsubo, Clarks, Camper, Born, Hush Puppies and many more.  In store you'll find a great gift with purchase from Haiku, Fits Socks introduction at Buy One Get One, Smartwool 3 Pack deals, Men's Merrell coats at 25% off, and other treasures throughout the store.

Don't forget to remind your saleperson to put your purchases on your Buy 10 account.  What's that?  You don't have a Buy 10 account?  You should.  We simply keep track of your purchases under your name and when you've purchased 10 items, we'll give you the average towards your 11th!  And don't worry, we keep track for you so you don't end up like George here...
And as always, gift certificates are available for those on your list that like to do their own shopping or are hard to choose gifts for.
Give us a call with any questions, and stay tuned for more holiday fun!
Happy Holidays.  We look forward to seeing you in the store!

Friday, November 11, 2011

Bogs! Bogs! Bogs!

A fresh delivery of Bogs, just in time for today's onslaught of typical Northwest weather.  Toasty to twenty below and fully waterproof, come slip your feet into some comfy Bogs goodness and give Mother Nature a run for it.

For women, the Rue, in three colors: red, turquoise, and black.


The Classic in a beautiful black olive/floral combo.

And for the fellas, the Bridgeport - aka, the Alaska sneaker - in brown or black.


Thursday, November 10, 2011

Art Walk this Saturday!

Join us this Saturday, November 12th, from 6-9 PM, as we host the photographic work of Terry Pratt .  Of his work Terry says,

"I am returning to Photography after 30 yrs away.
When I left it was all about D76, Tri-X film,
Polaroids, Darkrooms and Thermometers.
So glad I experienced that.
Now its all changed.

In 1966 I saw the movie. BLOW-UP, an english film about a studio photographer.
I purchased a Kodak folding camera and started taking pictures.
Still in my teens, I met Northwest Photographer Mary Randlett, who is still taking
pictures and is an inspiration at the age of 86.

During this time period I worked for and with another Northwest Photographer,
Chuck Kuhn. I was introduced to the working side of Photography. I learned a lot
from Chuck . . . Let ‘r Buck

Hope you enjoy my work."