Part 2 of 3 -- Buying local is a sign of sweet intelligence (and a warm heart). This next bunch of thinkers will convince, and we do agree -- just say no to the big box, yo.
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November 21, 2018

Part 2 | Worldly Thinkers Who Would Boycott the Big Box [and #ShopSmall ]

Henry David Thoreau 

Only a genius could build a waterfront abode in Massachusetts for $28.95. “A man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.”

Emily Dickinson 

America’s badass bardess, "the lady in white” rarely left her Amherst hearth. She concealed 800 poems from the public until her death, passing up on royalties and keeping it real.

“To live is so startling, it leaves little time for anything else” – which is why we are quite sure she would have avoided the big box and chose Mom and Pops instead.

Jakob Ammann and the Amish Mennonites 

Many of the youngin’s have decamped, but the hardcore Old Order Amish still disavow electricity, cars, phones and computers. Self sufficiency lets them cock a snook [at materialist big box America].
When it comes to making your wish list, you can get some great ideas window shopping Downtown Saline on a holiday stroll! Explore our locally owned boutiques and discover all that we have brewing for the season.

Begin your buy local journey here and find a place to park here
Life is meant for good friends 
and great adventures! 
Meet them here for the holidays
in Downtown Saline.
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