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Visited your trading post with my 91 year old mother last Fall. We made a detour from our usual normal route from Wyo to Calif; she had bought lots of great stuff on a couple of other visits. Having her dogs with us, we stayed at that "funky place" which was fun and had a fantastic dinner at the steak restaurant . A wonderful break from the hurry up interstate drive . I am sad to say about a month or so later, my mother tripped over one of those concrete bumpers in a parking lot. Her injuries were very serious and she died Dec 3 rd. I so happy to have such good memories of time spent at Twin Rocks with my Mother
Thank you for making a smile
PS. The amazing watercolors....where are the prices?
We bought a farm in S.Oregon and I need some
I will never see this beautiful place. I have enjoyed this web-site and the pictures.
Came across looking for a Fetishes Necklace and now I know I would never be able to afford one. They are just beautiful and want God given talent these artist have. All things in the trading post pictures are beautiful. Thank You. Peace, Judy Young,Mechanicsville,Va.
JoAnn Johnson's recent basket about the elements is stunning. She is a master with color in relationship to her craft and culture. I am so pleased to have one of her earlier baskets and value it each day.
My wife and I were in Alaska in a popcorn shop and I found one of your flutes for sale there. I am trying to learn how to play it and am interested in buying some quality instruments of this type and sound but quite a bit larger. But first I would like to learn to play this small flute I bought. I am getting some good sound out of it, but it is not a consistent sound every time. Sometimes it is airy and wispy sounding and the notes played in a run are not always the same either. Can you send me some instruction on the proper way to play the instrument and how to get the right sound out of it and maybe even some sheet music of an Indian song for this type of flute.
Thanks Donald "Duck" Coolidge for making this beautiful instrument and for anything you can do to help me learn how to make music with it!
Stopped here in April. I could have spent all day in your trading post (well, I'd need some fry bread breaks!). I bought 2 Lorraine Williams pots and dearly wish I could have afforded an Etta Rock. I hope you will have some of her smaller work soon.
Everyone was so friendly and helpful, and I felt no pressure to buy or hurry up. You even took time to look at a turquoise bracelet I've had since forever and tell me what kind of turquoise it might be (besides just being old, old, old.)
I hope to be back real soon, and anyone who is in Bluff should visit this and also eat at the restaurant. Great place.
Stayed in Bluff and spent the evening in the Twin Rocks Trading Post. Had a wonderful time: I will, really, never forget the place and the friendly people. If you are ever lucky enough to be in Southern Utah you have got to visit.
We visited your place the end of Jun 2012, a great place. We purchased seversl things a basket, an some earrings and necklace. My wife found a set of earrings makde to look like yellow corn. She also purchased a necklace and earrings made like corn in turquoise. We would like to purchase a necklace in the yellow. Can you advise when you may have this item. We tell everyone that they must visit Bluff if they are out west. Great people and wonderful town. Our memories will last forever.
I love the rooster by Mathew Yellowman. Such personality! The artist's picture shows (of course) that he's smiling. I'll bet that he's a fun one to share a pitcher of beer with (and more). Oops! Did I say that?
I had bought a mans turquoise ring at the Big E Fair in Massachusetts about ten years ago. Just recently I Googled the name stamped inside the ring. To my surprise it brought me to this sight. I have always gotten compliments on this ring and now I know why and who made it.
Nice ending huh?
Mike from Rhode Island....
JoAnn Johnson has made another beautiful basket, the Stained Glass. We still value and appreciate greatly the basket of hers from a very creative and master craftsman. Thank you.
TwinRocks Cafe is a little piece of heaven for the weary traveller,an oasis in the desert!
We have been there on blustery days with snow on the ground and hot days in summer,it's always a welcome sight.
The food is always delicious,(the best breakfast burrito in the country).The gift shop offers great jewelry,souvenirs & a lot of good stuff. Always a pleasant experience!
Can't wait to be back!
Looking forward to seeing you and your fantastic art and having another great meal in Bluff come the first week of May. I love the emails and am glad to be forewarned about the potential for the 3-legged men running around the canyons thereabouts! This will my fifth year showing cousin Claude the Rez. See you soon.
We really want to thank you for your delicious meals. We drove 175 miles today just for the roast beef and fry bread. We have done this several times. We live in Cortez, Co. and we enjoy the ride to your business. We even bring friends over to eat because the service and food is so good.
Thank you for being there.
Michael and Glenda
HELLO,BARRY HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT CHRISTMAS.I LOVE YOUR STORIES BY E-MAIL,I CAN ALMOST BE THERE AS I READ THEM.OF COURSE I LOVE JAMES OLSON'S BEAUTIFUL GIRLS I HAVE 19 OF THEM.AND I WEAR ONE EACH DAY.KEEP ON WITH NEW DESIGNS JAMES.ELLEN JEAN COLE
Thank you. The hybrid two grey hills rug got here today (12-19. Plenty of time for Christmas.