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    Sculptured furniture: Art in Wood

    by Segolily Written Feb 8, 2014

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    Just outside of town is perhaps the most unique shop. Owned by David and Brigitte Delthoney. They each have their own art. David sculpts furniture into works of wonder. Brigitte creates pottery with an ancient technique and look.

    To visit their shop is to have a tour rather than just looking around. The showroom is in a corner of David's workplace with giant belts and saws and other types of machinery. And in that work room are chairs and desks, whatever he happens to have on hand at the time. They are ergonomic, comfortable and beautiful. I didn't ask how much they were, I could tell it was way beyond what I was looking for. But it would be great to have something from him.

    Brigitte's pottery is patterned after the Anasazi, and having one of her pots feels a little like having a legal ancient work.

    Take a visit. Outside they also have a good variety of rocks for sale.

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    Serenidad: Eclectic

    by Segolily Updated Feb 8, 2014

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    I put this gallery under local craft, but really it is a little bit of everything. The owner, Harriet Priska, is a painter, and her paintings are on display along with other local artists. There are also ceramics, jewelry, pawn shop type items, thrift store pieces, antiques, and even some local rocks.

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    Gallery Escalante: The upscale place

    by Segolily Updated Feb 8, 2014

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    This is the Gallery of a local photographer. Tracy Hassett's photos are stunning and unique and of the surrounding area. He also features other local artists with photos, jewelry and unique items. He is glad to share information about the area and talk about the places he's found for great photos.

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    High Adventure gas station: Gas station, supplies and more

    by blueskyjohn Updated Sep 27, 2014

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    This is a fairly new gas station that has a fair amount of food selections but mostly food for on the go. They also rent out ATV's for recreational fun.

    What to pay: Not as expensive as a similar place. There is competition in town especially being located right across the street from the food market.

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    Phillips 66 gas station: Another option

    by blueskyjohn Updated Sep 27, 2014

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    This is a better option than the other gas station in town. Gas was a bit cheaper and they have a better food selection. This is good if you are there on a Sunday when the food store is closed. Also in the location is a Subway sandwich shop. I went in looking for camping food but they are limited on meat. The owner offered to sell me some bulk grilled chicken from the Subway shop. It was a great deal. Very honest people here.

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    Utah Canyons Outdoor Store: Small outdoor shop

    by blueskyjohn Updated Sep 27, 2014

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    This is a new outdoor store directly across the street from the first outdoor store in town. It is much smaller but does have the essentials for your outdoor needs. It is good to check both shops for the best deal or better equipment.

    They do have a coffee shop and offer backpacker shuttles for those wanting to do a through hike.

    What to buy: Hiking and camping equipment.

    What to pay: Higher than the average in other outdoor stores, especially clothing.

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    Cottom's Grocery: Food store and more

    by Segolily Written Feb 8, 2014

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    This is a little bare, but it has the essentials, if maybe not in the variety or brands you are familiar with. It also seems to act as defacto clearing house for what's happening in town.

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    Escalante Mercantile: For all that natural stuff

    by Segolily Written Feb 8, 2014

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    This is a pretty complete collection of natural and eco-friendly products and food. Also the local coffeehouse.

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