Flood Mud by Don Clare As we were disassembling the remains of the Rabbit Hash General Store and de-nailing and cleaning up the various shapes and sizes of the re-usable pieces of wood that survived, a common finding soon made itself apparent and ‘clear as mud.’ There was evidence of dusty dirt or sticky mud … Continue reading
Ever Hear of Shou Sugi Ban? by Don Clare This update will hopefully answer several frequently asked questions and criticisms concerning the current activities around the Rabbit Hash General Store over the past seven weeks. “Why are you saving all that old burnt wood?” “Why don’t you just push it all over and start from … Continue reading
Look for Rabbit Hash’s float TODAY in the Opening Day Parade!!
Rabbit Hash General Store Restoration Update March 29, 2016 by Don Clare Thank you everyone for your thoughts, comments and questions about the restoration of the Rabbit Hash General Store. I feel we are moving along very efficiently in the disassembly of the remaining materials and structure of the store after the fire. Every piece of material … Continue reading
Autopsy Report: the Rabbit Hash General Store On Februrary 13th, 2016, the Rabbit Hash General Store caught fire around 9:00 PM on one of the coldest nights of the 2016 winter season. Five different Boone County local Fire Departments responded to the call and fought the fire throughout that intensely cold night, well up into … Continue reading
NEWS RELEASE – March 7, 2016 Contact: Andrew Miller, Marketing Director (859) 266-3232, firstname.lastname@example.org Forcht Bank To Help Rebuild Rabbit Hash General Store BURLINGTON, KY – Forcht Bank has announced that they will be matching donations made to the Rabbit Hash General Store at their location in Burlington to help efforts in rebuilding the … Continue reading
Last week, RHHS and General Store propriter, Terrie Markesbery met with county officials, Judge Gary Moore, Jeff Earlywine, and Matthew Webster to discuss the restoration process, updates, goals, and intended outcomes. Also in attendance were Boone County Historic Preservation Review Board members, building inspector, Jerry Noran, Mike Striker of Gray & Pape, Inc. as well … Continue reading