Tyrone Mills Eye Candy

Quote from their website:

Open year-round, the mill offers visitors a chance to witness Canadian History and Culture in action. Each season of the year adds to the unique character to the mill. Whether it is drinking hot apple cider to chase away the winter chill, Rob Shafer working steadfast in the lumber yard in the spring, visitors enjoying a scenic walk along the dam in the summer, or shoppers enjoying our baking and festivities in the fall. The mill not only offers a range of quality products, but also a sense of community connection. If you have not yet had the chance to come visit – please do! And, for those of you who have – we look forward to welcoming you again soon. The Shafer family.

Visit their website here.

If you are ever near Tyrone, do not miss the opportunity to visit Tyrone Mills. This post is just about the decor they have throughout the building. They sell many different products including baked goods, flours, baking products, hand crafted products and many things perfect for gift giving. We could have spent hours there.

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6 comments

  1. Looks like a cool place. I remember seeing somewhere they made dresses from flour sacks. Now that I see that some of the bags were 100lbs, I realize the sacks were much bigger than I originally imagined and could indeed make one dress from one sack. I could see making something from the 4 kings one.

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