Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Indigo Girls Stop By For A Visit

The Atlanta-based music duo, the Indigo Girls, stopped by Thistle Farms this morning while they were in Nashville recording a Christmas album. Emily Saliers and Amy Ray are not only amazingly talented musicians, but are also committed activists. From adding a link to to the activism page on their website to Emily’s guest appearance at the Find Your Way Home Benefit Concert in April – we are so grateful to Amy and Emily for their support of our program!

After meditation, the Thistle Farms staff gathered around for a group picture with our new friends.

Gwen gives a tour of the facility, while Tracy, Rita and Gladys are hard at work, wiping down body balms.

Amy & her dog hang out in the store. Looks like Thistle Farms has a new mascot!

Amy & Emily with founder Becca Stevens, holding one of our favorite Thistle Farms products -- the Lavender candle.

photos and story by Carolyn Snell

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