Turkey Creek Lavender Products Will be Available at Lulabelle's in Medicine Park, Oklahoma!!

Hi all!

Just a quick post to let you know you can now purchase Turkey Creek Lavender Farm products at Lulabelle's Cobblestone Cottage in Medicine Park, Oklahoma. She is in cabin #2 right by the bridge.
The incomparable Lulabelle, aka Lou McConnel, helping visitors at the TCL booth at the Flute Festival last weekend.





If you've never made it to Medicine Park, well, you're in for a treat! The whole community is constructed of cobblestones, and has a very unique history. You can stay in quaint cabins, or B&B's, visit the cute shops and fine eateries, stroll around by the water, visit the winery, or drive out to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, see the Holy City, drive up Mount Scott, our highest elevation in the area, where you can get a 360 degree view of southwest Oklahoma, and stop by the park visitor center, see buffalo, elk, long horn cattle, prarie dogs, and lots of awesome hiking and fishing.

















Did I mention you can buy TCL soap and lavender items at Lulabelle's? (Yes, a shameless plug!) And Lou can even fix you up a gift basket of regional items from Oklahoma and Texas. Candied jalapeno's anyone? Yes, they're good!
So, if you need a soap fix, or some lavender, Lulabelle's is open on Saturday from 10-6, and Sunday from 11-6. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have a wonderful Saturday! Perhaps I'll see you at the flower show!

Cathy

Comments

Lindy said…
Hi, Cathy. Do you happen to have a tutorial on making lavender wands?

ALso, do you have a FB page? I searched for Turkey Creek LAvender on FB but there wasn't anything.

Lindy (A Thyme for Dreams)
CL Field said…
Hi Lindy, I do have a good tutorial with pictures that I use from Craftideas.com. And I do have a FB page, don't know why it won't come up for you. I'll try emailing you the links. I keep trying to put the link on here but I'm all thumbs apparently because I can't get it to work!

Thanks again for the link to Lavender Fleece. Lovely lavender and beautiful fibers! I hope you're planning on growing lavender in MI!

Cathy
Cathy

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