Privacy Policy operates in the United States on servers based in the United States. Unless you send us an email containing personal or sensitive information, we do NOT collect any personal or sensitive data from you. If you do send us an email with some amount of personal data, it is usually because you are asking a question or wanting to let us know something is not right or you have something to add to what is already on a particular page or you are suggesting new pages. In all these cases, we usually read your email and take action, or not. But once that decision is made on our part, your email is erased from our systems. We will not forward, give, sell, or otherwise transfer any personal or sensitive data that comes into our possession to any third party without your prior consent. We don't like it when that happens to us and we won't do it to you.

This website is hosted on an Apache web server. What that means is when your browser makes a request of that server, your browser "announces" itself by telling our server your IP address, your browser version, your operating system, what time of day it is, what your browser is "requesting," etc. Our server collects that data in our "web logs" and then fulfills your browser's request. None of that information is usable by us to reverse the info stream and locate or learn anything about you. You, as an individual visitor to our site, are essentially anonymous. That raw information is usable by us to define raw statistics in terms of what on our site is actually viewed and how often. Your browser delivers this information automatically and our server collects it automatically. On neither side are we able to shut that off.

Should you choose to fill out the form on our subscription page that data (first name, last name and email address) is stored in our account at Mailchimp and is used only for sending notifications of future sales and events. Mailchimp has a privacy policy of their own located at: Mailchimp privacy policy. If you have previously been subscribed, at any time you can click on the unsubscribe button available in any of those emails and all communications from us to you via Mailchimp will cease.

We do use Google Analytics to track visits and visitor trends through our site. That works via the Analytics code on each page placing and then tracking a unique but not-personally-identifiable, cookie on your browser. That cookie is unique to that visit to our website and can't be used to track anyone anywhere else. We use the data returned to us through Google Analytics to improve the quality of our site and the information on it. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies, or to indicate when a cookie is being offered and then decide on an individual basis as to whether to accept the cookie or not. In no way is personal or sensitive information returned to either us or Google Analytics. Almost everything native to this site will work perfectly well regardless of whether or not you accept those cookies.

The only other place where we use cookies is when you click on the "moreinfo" page. That page sets a cookie in your browser that makes it easy for you to return to view that particular piece again (as of June, 2018, that functionality is limited to a max of 6 cookies/pieces and those cookies expire after 2 hours). We may expand that functionality but in no case does that cookie retrieve any personally identifiable data or allow us (or anyone else) to track a visitor or identify anyone in any way.

On the "moreinfo" page there is a popup that is actuated only if you click on the "Tell me more" button on that page and fill in the data required for us to respond to you. There are no cookies attached to that popup and choosing to fill in the form or not is entirely in your control.

This site uses no other pop-ups or pop-unders. Javascript is used on for certain User Interface functioning. Disabling javascript in your browser will not affect your use of in any other way.