Sunday, August 19, 2012

Cold Springs Village

Historic Cold Spring Village in Cape May, NJ is an Early-American open-air living history museum.  It was fun stepping back in time to the 1800s while visiting a blacksmithing, woodworking, basket weaving, bakery and more.

Bakery.  I got a lemon sponge cake that was very tasty!

Farm Fresh Veggies!
Home made brooms.

Home woven baskets
Country store.

Spinning to make the wool.

Home spun wool.

Knitted from spun wool.

One room school house..

I'm so glad you took the time to visit my corner of the world. 
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9 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. I just love this post! I want to BE in the pictures!

  2. Those are great places. History is more interesting if you watch it live. We forget how to make things. I suspect many are like me and never learned to do much of this stuff.

  3. Love this! What a great place to live.....I especially liked how the pigs and chickens were in pairs! :)

  4. WOW!! So pretty! I want to go now ;D

  5. A wonderful way to look back at our past history.

  6. Cool place and great shots....Happy Monday!

  7. Looks so interesting. I love going to places like this that show our history. We have something called Yesteryear Village where they have old homes and things set up in a similar fashion. I'll have to take a drive and take some pics to share! :)

  8. You got some fabulous photos. I feel like I stepped back in time.


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