Friday, July 2

thrifty shopping tip -shoe trees

Can't remember the shoes these supported when I saw them... but even if you aren't wild on buying secondhand shoes, worth it to peek over at the shoe rack at your local thrifty -if you see some wooden shoe trees then chances are you have a winner.

These happen to be from the Rochester Shoe Tree Co. (now based in NH not NY as these came from). Founded in 1922, Rochester Shoe Tree Company is both the oldest and largest shoe tree company in the world, [now -ed.] manufacturing all of its cedar products in Ashland, New Hampshire.