Dalton Gang General Store Opens in HurricaneFeaturing Unique Gifts, Antiques

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Dalton Gang General Store Opens in HurricaneFeaturing Unique Gifts, Antiques


Calwell, Ben, The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV)


From rustic to whimsical, to collectibles and edibles, youll find it at the Dalton Gang General Store in Hurricane. Charles Reece Dalton and his wife, Pam, opened the Dalton Gang General Store about six months ago at 306 Hurricane Creek Road, which is near the Hurricane exit of Interstate 64. The cabin-like structure sits next to the Ginos Pizza restaurant.

Its a mixture of gift shop, Amish foods, body lotions, antiques and collectibles, Dalton said, prior to a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the store on June 21.

Unique gift items and collectibles at the Dalton Gang General Store include glass butterflies, small trinkets and antique salt and pepper shakers. Some of the items are hand made by Dalton.

Among those hand-made items are the perfect gifts for anglers -- colorful fish wall hangings made from wood and adorned with cast-off metal construction artifacts.

Its very unique, and none of them will ever be the same, Dalton said. You could buy 10 of them from me, and theyre all different.

Daltons wife also makes products for the store, including wax tarts.

Those are scented, wax tarts. She also makes our body lotions and bath balms for our store, which are very popular nowadays.

The Dalton Gang General Store is housed in a cabin-like building that Dalton purchased in Amish country. It was delivered to his business site, and Dalton finished off the inside. It is filled with antiques, gifts and food items. It also has a small front porch, where additional products are displayed.

There is a little bit of everything inside, including products made by local crafters, some of which are being sold on consignment. Dalton also picks up things that he finds interesting and offers them for sale. …

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