Bar Soap – South Bass Island

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South Bass Island Fun Facts:   

It is the third largest island in the Lake Erie Islands, and is part of Put-in-Bay Township. The village of Put-in-Bay is a popular tourist destination during the summer. The island is often referred to as the “Key West of Lake Erie.” Put-in-Bay is served by ferry from nearby Port Clinton and Sandusky. Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial, including Perry’s Monument, commemorating the Battle of Lake Erie is located on South Bass Island, near Put-In-Bay. The island is also the annual host of the Inter-Lake Yachting Association regatta, known as Bay Week.

In the bay of South Bass is Gibraltar Island, home to the Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory.

One of the world’s largest hotels, the Hotel Victory, opened its 625 rooms to the public in 1892. The four-story hotel featured a one-thousand-seat dining room. However, on August 14, 1919, the giant hotel burned to the ground. Today only parts of the foundations can be seen at the state campground.

Put-in-Bay is the site of Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial commemorating Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s September 10, 1813, naval victory over British ships in the War of 1812. Construction of the monument began in 1912 and it opened to the public on June 13, 1915. It is 352 feet (107 m) tall and made up of 78 layers of pink granite, topped with an eleven ton (10 metric ton) bronze urn. Its height makes it the highest open-air observatory operated by the U.S. National Park Service. The remains of six naval officers, three British and three Americans, were interred beneath the floor of the monument’s rotunda.

Other historical sites include:

  • Stonehenge Estate – An estate with 19th-century buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Perry’s Cave – Cave discovered by Native Americans. Perry sent men here during the War of 1812 (Battle of Lake Erie). Has an underground lake from which Perry’s men obtained drinking water, after previously drinking from the bacteria filled Lake Erie water and getting sick. The water in the cave was clean and thus by drinking it, his men returned to health in order to win the battle.
  • Heineman’s winery and Crystal Cave – the world’s largest geode.
  • Lake Erie Islands Historical Society – 6,000 square foot (560 m²) museum that houses artifacts, memorabilia and genealogical data pertinent to the Lake Erie Islands.

 

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Tropical coconuts mixed with sweet lemon. Fantastic combination.

 

Base Ingredients:

Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Soybean Oil, Corn Oil, Hemp Oil,Organic Shea Butter ,Water, Lye, Fragrance. 

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