If anything went right for Heidi Linz of Little Depression Girl on November 8th, it would have been from when she opened her doors to welcome her first customers until she wished the last one a good evening. Her Grand Opening was a success.
Heidi owns and operates a quaint little antique and Danish collectible shop located just seven miles south of Soldotna at mile 104. Situated just off the highway sits a small framed white washed house that definitely reflects something different. As you enter you feel as if you have been enveloped in a European antique store. Rare collectibles are placed conveniently inside and on beautiful handmade furniture with the European appeal.
Armoires, benches, tables, cabinets and cupboards are hosts for various rare collectible quilts, toys, books, dishes, lamps, utensils, bottles and games from yesteryear, and glass from an era one might remember from ancestors recalling their past. There was something to fit every collectors fancy.
In a small wooden house renovated to fit the needs of this exciting new business, there was but a few spaces available for browsing as the crowd was plentiful. Shoppers chatted among themselves reminiscing about the collectibles they remembered.
Little Depression Girl
Mile 104 Sterling Hwy
It is doubtful that Heidi had much time to visit with her new friends, or had the opportunity to sit a minute and rest, but she will remember her first day in business. Her Grand Opening was a Success.
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