WARRENSBURG Tim Record and Beth Gillette have taken their mobile business and opened a unique new store in Warrensburg.
The pair have been selling Adirondack gifts, food, books and more online and at regional craft shows, unpacking and packing up their items on weekends. Their hope now is to stay put at the Adirondack Gift Store on Main Street, just north of the Methodist Church.
Record and Gillette make natural, homemade fudge in several irresistible flavors, along with other sweet treats. The store has balsam filled stuffed bears in Adirondack fleeces and sweaters, tree-free greeting cards and lots of Adirondack books, many by local authors.
We try to carry things made in the Adirondacks, Record said. The store carries the best selling books in the Adirondacks, the Adirondack Kid series, along with novels, books of photos, trail guides and books on specific areas of the region.
The store has switch covers in many designs along with kitchen decor, frames and of course, Adirondack chairs.
Adirondack Gift Store is located in an historic old home with rich woodwork, and spreads through two rooms. They have gifts and decor for homes, camps and businesses.
The store is open 11 a.m. - 8 p.m., seven days a week during the summer, and items are also available at