June 05, 2014


Open Every Thursday & Friday 12-4


  • Friday, 1/26/18 thru 2/6/18 - The Tucson Tour Retreats!!!

  • Saturday, 2/10/18 - Show ~ Debuting New Stones! @ Maile Stones Studios

*Please note: This show has been moved to the 2ND SATURDAY of the month.

This is so we can share our Tucson adventures and discoveries with you -                                                                                                                                                                                         as well as hold space and be your resource for BIG LOVE before Valentine's Day!!! 

  • Saturday, 3/3/18Show ~ Debuting New Stones! @ Maile Stones Studios      12 - 4
  • Saturday, 3/17/18 - Annual Stone Lovers Appreciation Sale!                                  10 - 4
  • Saturday, 4/7/18 - Show ~ Debuting New Stones! @ Maile Stones Studios      12 - 4
  • Saturday, 5/5/18 - Show ~ Debuting New Stones! @ Maile Stones Studios      12 - 4
  • Saturday, 6/2/18 - Show ~ Debuting New Stones! @ Maile Stones Studios      12 - 4



615 De La Vina Street, Studio #2, Downtown Santa Barbara, 93101

...down the driveway on the left of building.

* Visits only, no snail mail :) 

Please call (805) 898-2220 or email us at team@mailestones.com with questions and inquiries.

       Our Mailing Address is:
6 Harbor Way, Box #115
       Santa Barbara, CA 93109


As we find ourselves in yet another situation 
that is new and unknown.
Living on the precipice of our experience, 
in a frontier of our creation. 
 Looking toward poetry often for understanding,
solace, direction... peace.
This one is good.



Stand still.

The trees ahead and the bushes beside you Are not lost.

Wherever you are is called Here,

And you must treat it as a powerful stranger, 

Must ask permission to know it and be known. 

The forest breathes. Listen. It answers,

I have made this place around you, If you leave it you may come back again, saying Here.


No two trees are the same to Raven. 

No two branches are the same to Wren. 

If what a tree or a bush does is lost on you, 

You are surely lost. Stand still. 

The forest knows Where you are. 

You must let it find you.


-An old Native American elder story rendered into modern English by David Wagoner, in The Heart Aroused by David Whyte  



Love is here for you,
The door is open.
Amethyst Heart

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