Heart of Glass - Blenko Glass

Blenko Glass is a West Virginia treasure that spans generations. Nothing symbolizes the state of West Virginia better or more beautifully than Blenko Glass. We will discuss current and former craftsmen and designers and how important it is that Blenko and West Virginia glass be appreciated and valued by the younger generation.

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Blenko WV Birthday Sale Starts at 8 am - Line is Now Forming!

Only the 'dogs' are still home. . .everyone else is preparing for trip to BLENKO - the long wait in line. Some are in line before NOON TODAY so they might get a # below 10 - others don't come before midnight. Some come at 6am. I think as long as you plan to arrive at BLENKO GLASS in Milton, WV by 8am - you should be safe. I would not plan to arrive any later - and you might want to go earlier. My own parents get there a couple hours before the store opens. Note: To be honest since the sale moved to Milton - its been less hectic and one didn't need to go so early - but Diana the store asst manager - said she heard "Many people were coming from out of state - and she expected to sell out within the first hour" - usually its the first 90 minutes. Photo of Nana and 2 rescue bichons (Small Paws Rescue).


Anonymous said...

I am confused.

Dr.BOB said...

I was a lazy dog, visitng antique shops in huntington area instead of
hanging out in milton
next year I won't be so

bridgett said...

I want one of those dogs!

Orlando Realtor said...

I fully understand how you feel about your Bichons, they are awesome. I just love mine! I had my first one in 1989 before most people recognized the breed.

Hillary J Homburg said...

My parents are SMALL PAWS RESCUE volunteers - I see you do this also. Its a great organization.
Ms B is mine - photos of her are in the May post (and others)...we do love our bichons.
BICHONS and BLENKO . . do you collect BLenko - I kinda think the 2 go together very well.

andreerods said...

dogs and more dogs?

nick said...

What bred is this puppy
what is the customary cost, and where does one find a breeder?