Grateful for Greenwood: The Last Journey Home

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Eighteen years old! A new bride and eager to see what life had in store, Sandra Martin Morgan arrived at her new home, an old farmhouse surrounded by acres of mountain fields and forest in the hamlet of Rowe Hill. She never imagined the wonder and work, triumphs and trials, and many lessons that awaited a young mother on a hardscrabble Maine farm. Through it all, the woman raised in Greenwood Center remained a daydreamer who never lost her wicked sense of humor. Join Sandra Martin Morgan on her last journey back to Greenwood, Maine. The family we fell in love with in Growing Up Greenwood are all here—Ma and Dad, brothers Tinker, Rex, and Curt—in more wry, rib-tickling adventures. From her near catastrophic driving lessons to a truly epic struggle to vanquish a shirt from the legendary Mammoth Mart, this final collection of stories is guaranteed to surprise, delight, and move her many readers. Sandra Martin Morgan was a celebrated columnist and writer from Greenwood, Maine. 126 pages, softcover.

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Eighteen years old! A new bride and eager to see what life had in store, author Sandra Martin Morgan arrived at her new home, an old farmhouse surrounded by acres of mountain fields and forest in the hamlet of Rowe Hill. She never imagined the wonder and work, triumphs and trials, and many lessons that awaited a young mother on a hardscrabble Maine farm. Through it all, the woman raised in Greenwood Center remained a daydreamer who never lost her wicked sense of humor. Join Sandra Martin Morgan on her last journey back to Greenwood, Maine. The family we fell in love with in Growing Up Greenwood are all here—Ma and Dad, brothers Tinker, Rex, and Curt—in more wry, rib-tickling adventures. From her near catastrophic driving lessons to a truly epic struggle to vanquish a shirt from the legendary Mammoth Mart, this final collection of stories is guaranteed to surprise, delight, and move her many readers. Sandra Martin Morgan was a celebrated columnist and writer from Greenwood, Maine. 126 pages, softcover.