Scheduled post from vacation in September:
I gave a link on the last post for Little Norway if you want to read about it. If you look around the site at the link from yesterday and go to the top of the page there is a link to the “tour of the grounds” they have fantastic photos and much clearer than mine – it was a very cloudy day when we visited. Here are some of the photos from it. All of the buildings on this old farm are filled with Norwegian antiques from Norway and from the local families in the area that sold some of their family treasures to this place. There was so much stuff! I took tons and tons of photos. I can’t fit them all in one post so I will do several.
Trolls greeting you. They are trouble makers 🙂
The church that was built for the worlds fair in the late 1800’s that was held in Chicago. It was moved here in the 1930’s.
antique baskets – don’t you just love the painting on these.
Haven’t a clue what kind of machine this is. There were several, I couldn’t find a name on it. How about those foot treadles instead of a flat bar running across it – I haven’t seen them like this.
This house with the sod roof is still lived in to this day. One of the workers of this place lives here.
Love the chair – carved out of a stump