• October 2009

    And we’re back! Our new store has been open a week and we’re still settling in. Hopefully, one of the many boxes piled up in the office will contain oysterfan’s missing camera. Until then, we’re photo-less. In the meantime, we want to be sure and remind you about our Grand Opening on Halloween from 2 […]

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    We’ve been planning this for 5 years, and now it feels like everything’s happening all at once. Here’s the schedule: 1. We’re going to begin moving equipment out of the old store and into the new one tomorrow. 2. During the moving process we’ll keep the old store open, and if all goes as planned, […]

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    Tube Worms

    October 8, 2009

    We’ve been wondering what these creatures are for quite some time, and we still don’t really have an answer. But we’re pretty sure they’re parchment tube worms… or at least that name makes the most sense to us. The mysterious tubes, and the animals that make them, prove once again that there’s always more to […]

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    Hey everyone! It’s cold. Brr. The air smells like woodsmoke, the horses are fuzzy, and we’ve started shipping our product 2nd day air. And we’re so excited about the return of fall we’ve put our extra small oysters in the shell on sale. If you order before October 24th you’ll save $2 per dozen… no […]

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    Don’t miss this year’s Oysterfest, in Shelton, Washington. This annual celebration of all things oyster is happening at the Mason County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday, October 3 and 4. Go to http://www.oysterfest.org/ for all the details. Lots of music, oyster shucking competitions, winetasting and beergardens, plus oysters cooked in every way conceivable–all to benefit […]

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