if you are then you must go here!!!! right off route 89 in warner, just west of concord about 15 miles, is the most jaw-dropping exhibit of antique crib and doll quilts you just might ever see. the building is restored and a perfect venue for these quilts. lots of vintage thingies on display as well as stenciled floors and walls, plus a wall mural in the entryway. i didn't know but gerald roy actually LIVES in warner, a quiet little town chock full of federalist style homes and little else. the few luncheon places close at 2 pm (except one)...there is an independent book store, a general store type place and very few other places, at least that i saw. and the quilts, oooh the quilts! all small and most from the 1800s....some well worn and some hardly used. parking is a breeze. the building has a sandwich board out front so you can't miss it. the docents are knowledgeable and uber-friendly. before old man winter closes us in, an ideal trip to take and breathe in autumn's last. and we actually did have some flakes that were short lived, thankfully!