When Evergreen resident Ann Verzeletti decided she wanted out of the oil business in 2004, she decided it would be a “cute, semi-retirement” occupation to own a store that sold handcrafted log furniture.
But one shop turned into three stores plus a studio on Bryant Drive in Evergreen, along with four carpenters. Rocky Mountain Log Furniture produces as many as five beds, five dressers and six nightstands a week from handpicked, long-dead aspen trees gnawed by elk and pocked with knotholes.
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