It really doesn’t get any better than this—a sunny fall day walking, visiting, and shopping in downtown Roanoke, IN. I am pinching myself that our store, Trove, will soon be part of this beaten path.
Some of the sights of the village on Saturday mornings in the summer and fall—the Lion’s Club’s sausage/egg sandwiches (I usually smell them before I see them!), the yoga class letting out and succumbing to those sandwiches, Amish farmers selling home grown produce, Grandma Sue’s pies, La Dolce Vita’s fresh made crepes (today’s version was peach or strawberry), apples & apple cider, peppers every color of the rainbow from another local farm. Top that off with the local shops being open—Joseph DeCuis Emporium, Moose & Mollies for gelato, Paper Moon for gifts and home décor, Crestwood Gallery’s latest fine art offerings, Peggy French-Deal’s studio open for business. The list is longer and I hope to feature my fellow retailers and town characters in the future.
I ended my trip to Roanoke with a quick trip to Two EEs Winery to pick up a bottle of my favorite red and my favorite white. A perfect way to end you visit, I must add! 800 Degrees portable wood fired pizza oven was just pulling up as I left. The activities in Roanoke were just beginning.