The Weaver’s Girl

The Weaver's Girl by Gracie Ayers, based on life on Maryland's Eastern Shore and a small village call Furnace Town.

The Weaver’s Girl by Gracie Ayers, based on life on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and a small village call Furnace Town.

I just finished this new book while sitting in my deer stand last week. The book is by Gracie Ayers and I was given the book by my best friend, Margaret Tongue, when I was visiting her a couple weeks ago.
Margaret took me to visit a museum in Maryland that she used to make costumes for. It was wonderful and the name of it is “Furnace Town”. The book is based around this museum and begins with a young woman taken back in time after an upset with her boyfriend. It’s a heartwarming adventure in this small village on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Gracie Ayers has written three other books about the area and I can’t wait to get my hands on them too!

I want to thank my best friend, Margaret, for a delightful visit to her home and we are both looking forward to getting together again real soon for more laughter, tears, good food and more adventures in her world!

Margaret and I heading into the Blacksmith Shop at Furnace Town.

Margaret and I heading into the Blacksmith Shop at Furnace Town.

I’ll post more about Furnace Town in a future blog post.

Love you, Margaret!!

3 responses to “The Weaver’s Girl

  1. Looks like a great place to visit!! Hope you get a deer!!

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  2. Rita, I love that you read this book while sitting in your deer stand! 🙂

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