The Mark Twain boyhood home area is what we came to this town to see – I found the quilt shop right across the street and visited that first – took the purchases to the car and then saw the historical stuff!
The white house is the boyhood home, the stone buildings are the visitor center and the museum.
I loved reading some of his quotes that are scattered throughout the museum.
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) during his steamboat days.
A crazy quilt that was in the museum – behind glass of course – didn’t get too close to it so zoomed in.
This 1906 sock loom was at one of the stores scattered throughout the little town – a lady was demonstrating how it works and was busy making socks.
an antique store in town of course – a nice one!
I don’t know which kind of Singer this was but I wasn’t in the market so didn’t look really closely at it.
I love this stove – the top lids lift up and the burners are underneath it.
I like this one too.
Next morning we take off and continue on the way home with one more night of camping.