Celebrate with a gift from Tallgrass

July-August-September Seasonal Services
Yay! Summer is finally here and we're celebrating with three unique services, specially created to highlight summertime skin, body and nail care.   

In the Nail Salon, we have added a Summer Paradise Mani/Pedi which includes a sugar scrub, mango and coconut massage, and mangosteen lotion application. Our Summer Solstice Massage is a 110-minute treatment that starts with a 30-minute full body sugar scrub, followed by an 80-minute full body massage, and includes cinnamon paprika lotion treatment to reduce the appearance of cellulite. And, Fire and Ice Facial is a 65-minute service featuring an exfoliating Blueberry Detoxifying Peel and a cooling Menthol Rosehip Treatment, excellent sources of antioxidants and vitamin C. 

These seasonal services are available for you right now, and continuing through the end of September so you can be refreshed, renewed and ready for summer. Try one or all three! 

Message from Gail Sharp

July 2023

Horse Photo

I am so fortunate to have been introduced to an incredible, hardworking, honest, trustworthy man who helps me (in truth, he pretty much does it all) keep my tiny ranch property and my animals beautiful and healthy.

At half my age, he is very wise. One of his often-repeated statements is "People are different." Usually, this comment is in reference to how different horse owners he works for have widely varying opinions on the proper care and treatment of their animals…and gardens, grass, fences, barns, and so on. The latest topic is how to protect your horse from biting flies, which are unusually bad this year with the extra rain we've received and now the heat.

I must admit that I sometimes find myself fiercely arguing my opinions. Do I really know for sure that what I'm saying is verifiably true? Or, am I spurting out thoughts based on one article, a couple of passing comments, a social media post, a segment on the news? Thankfully, another benefit of aging is I can actually restrain my tongue for a minute or two while I consider opinions of others. Often, I adjust my own perspective a bit which is always beneficial. Meeting in the middle on a variety of topics would certainly help our world – especially now with such polarization. Hmmmm…could I be growing up?

Two fun events for grown-ups and kids are in my immediate future. Both are sure to please young and old and give everyone the opportunity to hang out with animals. One is at my ranch on July 15, when Wild Aware, an organization that supports the co-existence of humans and wildlife, is having a family fun day fundraiser, featuring activities with ranch animals. You can check it out here. The following week, on July 22, our annual Dog Wash event at Ambary Gardens benefits Evergreen Animal Protective League. It's loads of soapy, splashy, picture-taking fun and I hope to see you there!

A reminder for your next visit: The Evergreen Lake North Trail Project is underway and continues through the end of August. Please refer to these detour instructions and allow extra time to get to the spa.  

Gail Sharp is the owner of TallGrass Spa and Salon. Email her at sharpgail@aol.com .

July Products of the Month are Body Oils!

This month, we're featuring three popular Eminence Organics body oils at 20% savings.   

Apricot is an ultra-hydrating blend of grape seed and jojoba essential oils to make skin soft and supple. Stonecrop is a lightweight oil, lightly scented, and quick to absorb, with a lovely matte finish. And, Yuzu is a solid body oil, infused with lemony-orangey yuzu and vitamin-rich camu camu to fight inflammation and enhance hydration.


Available for Adoption

Terrier/Schnauzer, male, 4 mos, 29 lbs

What breed is this little package of playfulness? Let's start the guessing with Schnauzer and some kind of Terrier. His foster family said maybe woof-hound (Hahaha!). Talk about getting well socialized...he is currently in a home with dogs, cats, kids, and humans of all ages and all sizes. Do you have a forever home for Russell?

Available for adoption at Evergreen Animal Protective League
www . EAPL . com

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Tall Grass Spa

Note: Your visit to TallGrass is a chance to unwind and disconnect. Keep in mind that cell service and WiFi are unreliable here. Also, GPS reception could become blocked and navigation can be lost.