then passed them around so we could taste everything. Yum!
Forks Open Air Market
The Forks Open Aire Market is a non-profit organization made up of Forks community volunteers, local artisans, hobbyists, Twilight-inspired merchandise venders, organic farmers, photographers, jewelry artists, collectors, crafters, and more who vend their wares next to the Forks Timber Museum every Saturday from mid-May to mid-October. We spent three hours there and got soooo much stuff!
Chinook Pharmacy & Variety
You know it's a small town when they identify their store as the one "at the stoplight."
Chinook's features a Twilight Lane in their store with a huge variety of T-Shirts, candles, books, postcards, book marks, sweat shirts, souvenirs, and jewelry.
Native to Twilight
Located on Main Street, this shop carries items related to Twilight, Native American Culture, Forks and La Push. They have themed clothing, handmade and local items. Every craft is authentic—including hand-carved cedar canoe paddles by McCarty (Makah Tribe), bent wood cedar boxes by master carver Smith (Quileute and Makah), traditional grass and cedar baskets by Morganroth (Quileute), woven/beaded barettes by Leitka (Hoh River Tribe), native screenprint designs by Greene (Makah Tribe), and spectacular cedar masks by Taylor (Tulalip) and Cox (Makah Tribe).
It's connected to a family-friendly Twilight Lounge.
We stayed in the lounge until the swelling in our ankles went down.
Last stop for the day—the flagship store for Dazzled By Twilight.
This shop has amazing fan-gear. Maybe I should try to sell my perfume here...?
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