looks like a nice day out...
Bet that was interesting and fun! I really enjoy seeing the interiors of their cabins. Simple but beautiful.
Lois, it's always nice to be able to take photos without the hassle of crowds of others in your way. Thanks for sharing this bit of history. Also enjoyed the previous posts, especially about Proctor & Gamble and all the models.
the grounds are kept so pristine!
I like your new header.Nice to see quilts on the beds. thanks for the tour.
I like the interiors too! What an interesting place.
Love old buildings--they have such a story to tell. I live in Utah, we have plenty of 'pioneer' buildings/museums. Always fun to visit.
I would LOVE to visit here! The quilts are beautiful.
I'm i,pressed that this village is being so well taken care of!
Wow! I'd love to have a stone fireplace like that in my barn. I might just live down there in the winter.
Very well maintained!
Looks like a interesting place to visit. Agree with your comment about Johnny Carter, the person in my blog. He should be paid more by those he gives lessons to.
Great shots, Lois! I really think that places like these that bring history to life are wonderful for the visitors (especially children), as this "history by immersion" is much more vivid than a textbook or simple memorisation of dates and facts.
Love, love, love the photos. I cant wait to see the rest. thanks for sharing the pioneer era has fasinated me ever since I read the little house books as a little girl.
I thoroughly enjoyed the photos. What an amazing place to visit. Its wonderful that people have saved and maintained these buildings and opened them to the public to view.
It looks so real...
I really enjoy seeing these places...and love visiting them. I love the feel of stepping into the old cabins.
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