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Spring Chickens

We have video of the free-range chicken that once roamed the sidewalk and lots of photos of baby chicks for sale. We even kept the old metal chicken feeders that were piled up in the basement. After much cleaning, they are fun containers for succulents. It’s part…

The Wine Cellar Event Space

In our latest video, take a tour of the Wine Cellar with Ginger Graham. When we were excavating the basement of our old grain mill, we uncovered a one-of-a-kind jewel: The Wine Cellar, a beautiful, intimate space where historic stone walls and sturdy old-growth beams…

One Man’s Trash…

Like everything in my grandmother’s trunk that we weren’t allowed to open while she was living. The crocheted doilies and embroidered tea towels and the 3-foot long black and white picture of an entire town in southwest Oklahoma. I have boxes of things from my…

Making a Gingerbread House

 by Ginger Graham I’ve always loved my name. It’s unique. And since it matches my hair, it’s always been easy for people to remember. People frequently ask me if it is my real name, and even when I say, “yes,” some remain skeptical. This…

The Mill Top Event Space

Join Ginger Graham in the Mill Top as she shares some of the history and renovation details on this wonderful, historic event space that’s now a perfect spot for celebrations of all kinds! This old building was built for a single purpose: to store and…

The Cache: The Last Piece

Video: Join Ginger Graham in The Cache at Ginger and Baker as she shares how Fort Collins’ history influenced the restaurant’s design and how NoCo farmers and ranchers influence the menu. Read more: Here’s a bit more detail on how The Cache came about. In…

Renovation & History : The Rooftop Patio

Join Ginger as she shares details on the restoration of the old Mill and offers a tour of the Rooftop Patio. Insider’s tip: You can order off both the Rooftop Menu featuring delicious small plates and The Cache Menu while sitting outdoors on the Rooftop…

Popsicle Window, Then & Now

by Ginger Graham While researching our old building’s past, we learned a lot about its 100 year+ history. The location of the building was chosen as it would be adjacent to the railroad tracks of the Colorado and Southern Railway line for loading and unloading…

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