Introduction to Boone Trading Company
A proper introduction for our new customers is in order. We would like to begin by stating that we either manufacture or import nearly all the unusual products you will find in the following catalog pages. We have been supplying these types of items to individuals, stores, schools, and museums for over 40 years, shipping all across the U. S. and around the world. Our facility is a 2,200 sq. ft. two story cedar building tucked away in (quite literally) ..."the Boonies" on 11 acres of hilly tree covered river-front land in the Olympic mountains, on the Olympic Peninsula. We have a show room and welcome customers who like to pick out their selections. We request that you call in advance and make "an appointment" so that you get proper directions and are assured that we have on hand what you are interested in seeing and that we literally are here for you. The showroom is closed and the building is locked up at times even if Jimmy is working in the shop (with headphones on). A few days can make a big difference in selection due to arriving shipments or merchandise being out at a show. We will make every effort to fill your needs, we don't want you to be disappointed.
Washington State, particularly the Olympic Peninsula, is a wonderful place for vacationing, with mountains, clear running salmon and trout rivers, as well as the saltwater Hood Canal & Puget Sound. There are trout, salmon and halibut fishing, crabbing, shrimping, oysters and clams on state and federal beaches, skiing, volcano watching, and San Juan Island hopping on the state ferries. Port Townsend is an hour north. It is a beautiful eclectic Victorian town with great food, shops, Art Galleries and scenery. For a taste of England visit Victoria on Vancouver Island only a 1 1/2 hour drive north to the ferry ( Port Angeles) and mainland Canada is right across the border a few hours north of Seattle.
If your travel plans bring you to the beautiful Northwest, please stop and see us. We will be happy to offer suggestions if you need insider sightseeing tips. Remember, just call ahead at (360) 796-4330 or drop us a line on our Customer Service page.
For visitor information in our area please visit emeraldtowns.com