Ypsi Project: Carol McEachron (via  jami.carlson ) 
 Jami and Mike ventured down the street during the YP event at Bombadill’s to Salt City Antiques. Carol McEachron has owned Salt City for 10 years, from it’s beginnings in Saline through it’s time in Depot Town and now it’s current home on Michigan Ave. in downtown Ypsi. The store is charming and full of some great finds. 
 Mike and Jami were also able to learn that, in the 1960’s,  Carol was the owner of the first Dunkin Donuts in Michigan. She was required to attend school in Boston, MA before she could open the Dunkin Donuts in Lincoln Park. 
 I love this photo. This was one of the rare times during the YP event that the photographer was able to spend a little time with the subject. I think this image tells you all you need to know about Carol McEachron.

Ypsi Project: Carol McEachron (via jami.carlson)

Jami and Mike ventured down the street during the YP event at Bombadill’s to Salt City Antiques. Carol McEachron has owned Salt City for 10 years, from it’s beginnings in Saline through it’s time in Depot Town and now it’s current home on Michigan Ave. in downtown Ypsi. The store is charming and full of some great finds.

Mike and Jami were also able to learn that, in the 1960’s,  Carol was the owner of the first Dunkin Donuts in Michigan. She was required to attend school in Boston, MA before she could open the Dunkin Donuts in Lincoln Park.

I love this photo. This was one of the rare times during the YP event that the photographer was able to spend a little time with the subject. I think this image tells you all you need to know about Carol McEachron.

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