No country for doilies

| 06 Mar 2012 | 03:08

Some seriously sturdy craftsmanship was on display at the 15th annual Springfest Flower & Garden Show in Augusta.

The Sussex County Fairgrounds’ 5,000-square foot mahogany beam conservatory played host for a weekend to rock waterfalls, koi-filled ponds, stained arbors, gazebos and patios, horticultural and hydroponic displays, and hand hewn furniture that suggested a long winter in the shed.

Don Jameson, of Old Foundry Construction in Stillwater, showed off a bar counter and stools made from polished lumber that made us very thirsty for the whiskey that shares his name.