(Click on photos for a closer look.)
|Imagine studying with children of all ages|
in a one-room schoolhouse.
|Native-American women told about local plants and |
animals and how they were used by their ancestors:
for sleeping mats, medicine, food, clothing, tools.
|A rapt audience learns about life in pioneer days -|
churning milk into butter, making biscuits, spinning
wool into yarn, and hundreds of other chores.
|My granddaughter thought washing |
clothes was fun.
|How do you sew without electricity?|
|A blacksmith demonstrated his art.|
|Not so sure about milking that giant cow!|
|Most fun of all? Jumping into a pile of hay.|
More info: Pioneer Farm Museum
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