Stomping Grounds ART :: BOOKS :: GIFTS is a unique location that offers a great selection of used and rare books, fun and classy gifts, as well as wall art. We also offer Custom framing, Fine art printing, Design work, and image editing.
The eco-enthusiasts at Zotos The Store house an earth-friendly medley of fragranced candles, bath salts, soaps, and lotions inside a warm and welcoming boutique. Created with sustainability in mind, scented varietals of hand-poured soy candles crafted from domestically harvested soybeans ($2.99–$15.99) line Zotos's shelves. Elect sweet scents of pomegranate and lychee, or woodsy aromas of blond wood, amber, and vanilla, great for creating a cozy mood or reminding others in your bomb shelter what the outside world smells like. Bedew epidermises with a variety of hydrating lotions ($2.99–$7.99) or season bathtub stews with salts in five fragrances, including calming lavender and hyacinth lily ($2.99 each or all five for $12.99).
The Cayuga Wine Trail connects 16 member wineries around the rolling lakeside hills, promoting the local vino market and hosting four trail-based events every year. “Say Cheese” beckons scores of intrepid guests to travel along the lakefront farms and valley vistas of the wine trail, braving occasional bigfoot sommeliers to taste locally made cheeses paired with vine juice at each of the wineries. Upon arriving at one of two starting points, attendees receive a wine glass and wine glass lanyard. From there, the two-hour burgundy brick road leads wine worshippers to taste cheeses, such as Muranda's Red Buddy or Lively Run Goat Dairy's Cayuga blue, within establishments ranging from the time-resistant Lucas Vineyards and 2010 Governor's Cup-winning Swedish Hill Winery to the restored 1820s barn at Americana Vineyards. At the end of the odyssey, vinophiles can submit their best photos of wine, cheese, and scenery through Facebook or Twitter to win a specialty gift basket from the local artisans.
More than 400 million ink cartridges end up in landfills each year, and it can take up to 1,000 years before they decompose completely. This negative environmental impact is partially responsible for the existence of Metro Cartridge, which not only refills printer cartridges, but also recycles them so printers never have to feel guilty for being thirsty. The other driving factor behind the business is its customers, who can save between 40–70% off of new cartridges by refilling their used inkjet- and laser-toner cartridges.