Jenneken’s Junction on the East Service Road in Hillcrest, NY (Former Nelson Ellis Furniture Store) will become “Your Needful Things” today.
Your Needful Things is a 5,000+ square foot multi-vendor shop with wares of all sorts. There is even a fabric reupholstery business located there as well. Last month I took a chance at what I believe will be a successful venue as it evolves and grows. I currently lease wall space in the hallway leading to Phil’s Gift Shop a Binghamton institution.
There will be a grand re-opening celebration come April and I will post updates as the specifics become available. However in the meantime take a ride and see for yourself.
Current store hours:
Wednesdays 10:00am to 5:00pm, Thursdays 10:00am to 6:00pm, Fridays 10:00am to 5:00pm, Saturdays 10:00am to 5:00pm & Sundays 11:00am to 4:00pm
This week’s “postcard of the Week” happens to be one of my most favorite. It took me a while to acquire this one as I just love the graphics on this!
1. Barre Skyline, 2. Bromley, 3. Birdseye Mt., 4. Black Mt., 5. Burke Mt., 6. Burrington Hill, 7. Carinthia. 8. Cold Hollow Mt., 9. Dutch Hill. 10. Glendale, 11. Glen Ellen. 12. High Pond, 13. Hogback, 14. Jay Peak, 15. Judgement Ridge, 16. Killington, 17. Living Memorial, 18. Lyndon Outing Club, 19. Mad River Glen, 20. Magic Mt., 21. Middlebury Snow Bowl, 22. Mt. Ascutney, 23. Mt. Mansfield, 24. Mt. Snow, 25. Mt. Tom, 26. Northeast Slopes, 27. Northfield, 28. Okemo Mt., 29. Peacham Community, 30. Pico Peak, 31. Pine Top, 32. Prospect Mt., 33. Smugglers Notch, 34. Snow Valley, 35. Springfield, 36. Stratton Mt., 37. Sugarbush, 38. Suicide Six, 39. Underhill Ski Bowl.
Here is a vintage postcard from the Station restaurant in Ithaca, NY. It was postmarked in 1972. According to a Google search this restaurant is now closed.
This weeks “Postcard of the Week” comes from Quebec City, Canada. It was mailed to me on a cold February 5th 2015. It was -28 degrees celsius or -18 degrees fahrenheit kind of Canadian day.
This weeks “Photo of the Week” comes from Katie Vaz a local artist from Candor, NY. Katie traveled to the northern Norway island of Kvaløya near the city of Tromsø to relax at Yggdrasiltunet a farmstead bed and breakfast. Please take a moment to visit Katie’s website either by clicking on her name or by following this link. http://www.katievaz.com
This weeks “Postcard of the Week” is a view of old cars. It was mailed to me by Ola who lives in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on February 25th 2013. This postcard traveled 4,473.