Her main shop is in there area where the buggies and wagons used to be stored. When I walk in here I can imagine what it was like "back in the day."
My sister, Twila also sells artwork, craft items and unique random artifacts her brother (me) Tom purchases at the semi-annual Draft Horse Sale at the Kalona Sale Barn.
My sister had a very interesting visitor while I was there, a young woman who recently joined the Amish. It is very rare for anyone not raised Amish to be able to make that transition. This young woman was taken in by an Amish family and she seems to be adjusting very well.
As soon as my book Under the Heavens comes out, my sister Twila plans to have copies for sale in her shop at Shiloh Farm.
This house was built during the Civil War. Twila has done an amazing job keeping everything original, yet comfortably updated! I had a great visit at your place Sis, your a great hostess!