I'm excited to welcome Shelley Shepard Gray to Just Commonly to talk about the setting for her new series, The Charmed Amish Life. If you've read my review of A Son's Vow, you know how much I enjoyed it. Without further ramblings from me, here's Shelley!
Keim Lumber Mill 4465 State Route 557. While Keim Lumber is comprised of a number of warehouses, there is an extremely large retail showroom that is open to the public. It’s over 125,000 square feet and has a number of attractive displays and even a small café in it. Visitors will notice the beautiful woodwork and floor the moment they enter the building.
Charm Harness and Boot 4432 County Road 70. This store used to only sell harnesses for horses. Now it has all kinds of outdoor and western footwear. I love that a person can find both Red Wing and UGG boots here.
Images from VisitCharmOhio.com
- Millers Dry Goods 4500 State Route 557. This store is right by Keim’s and looks deceptively small. However, inside it’s a perfect place to find fabric, locally made crafts, and Amish made wall hangings and quilts.
Hershberger’s Farm and Bakery 5452 State Route 557. I love visiting Hershberger’s, mainly because they have these awesome little goats that you can feed. They are so cute! You can also buy all sorts of things, including some exceptionally good fried pies.
Hershberger's Farm & Bakery
image from ohiosamishcountry.com
I hope everyone will have the chance to visit Charm one day soon. In May, I’ll be hosting a girlfriend getaway there with author Vannetta Chapman! If Charm is simply too far away to visit, I hope people will enjoy reading about it in the Charmed Amish Life Series!
Thank you, Shelley!! Charm sounds great, and I sure hope I'll be able to visit soon!
For more information on the Girlfriends Getaway with Shelley & Vannetta Chapman, click on the image below:
Publisher: Avon Inspire, an imprint of HarperCollins