Laurie Hoffman, keeping her books, and surrounded by The Line Shack goodies.
Laurie Hoffman, originator of the idea of The Line Shack, describes herself as a crafter with “a lot of interests,” and then found there were a number of friends with the same idea.
And Hoffman adds still another idea: mule drawn carriage rides, weather permitting.
What was needed was a place to display those crafting projects, and Hoffman says, “there was this grainary, probably close to 100 years old, in another field, with two floors yet. It would be ideal.”
You can drive to The Line Shack by taking Fruitvale Road to Lamos Road. Turn north on Lamos Road, go two miles to the corner of Lamos and Skeels Roads, and The Line Shack is on the east corner. The address is 9570 S. 64th Ave., since Lamos becomes numbered at their corner where the road enters Grant Township in Oceana County.
The Line Shack will be open Saturday and Sunday this Fall from noon to 6:00 p.m. Phone 231-750-4033.
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