APtravelnews-September 18th-The Shelton House in Waynesville, N.C.–A feast for the eyes is how I best describe the Shelton House Museum and traditional crafts created by some of N.C. most talented craftsmen. This great place makes history come alive. It is also one of the over 40-plus stops on the Haywood County Quilt Trail. From the home and barn there is a wonderful window into how it all used to be in N.C. and today, there are many North Carolina folks who are working in and towards the traditional ways of their fathers and mothers by going back to the land and crafts of the past! Check out the website: www.sheltonhouse.org Also give a call to Malinda Messer, Operations Manager–1 828-452-1551
Note** there are a vast number of Navajo Indian relics and antiques that were collected by Mr. Shelton housed in his home, now turned in the Shelton Museum!