The next morning, we popped into Tamarack. It was within a quarter mile of where we slept. It looked like a colorful conference center, which it is. It is also an open gallery of items that are all made in West Virginia. The large and long hall is circular. It was really, really nicely done. There was framed art, jewelry, ceramics, food products, furniture, handmade musical instruments, clothing, blacksmith products, local books, carved wooden utensils, turned wooden bowls, stained and blown glass, quilts, and more!
I loved this whimsical display.
It must be true that they had the very best of West Virginia.