Stop #22 - Open Saturday & Sunday

Indigo Moon Farm

550 First Crown Point Rd.

Kris and Ellen welcome you to Indigo Farm, their home and farm where they are excited to present beautiful raw fleece, roving and yarn from their small alpaca herd.  Step into their barn and meet the alpacas, and then step into their home to see and feel the yarn made from individual alpacas.  Bring home warm, brown skeins of yarn from Teddy, black as midnight baby alpaca yarn from Winona, or dyeable white from Nelson.  Also check out the hand-crafted products made from their alpaca fleece - crocheted hats, scarves, mittens and other items.  Alpaca fleece is warm and soft, lighter than wool and warmer by weight.

Come meet them and their herd, have a cup of cider and feel the warmth

Tom Kovalcik Woodworking offers a wide variety of unique wood-turned items including bowls, pepper grinders, pens, bottle stoppers, and other items. All items are hand made in Tom’s shop, many from locally sourced wood. Custom orders are welcome. Check out some of Tom’s work at “tomkwoodworking” on facebook.

The 29th person to visit this location on Saturday wins a prize!