This is highly unordinary for this household, but we managed to experience yet another new thing over the weekend. Sunday afternoon we went to Pioneer Village, which is a living history museum. Have passed the sign hundreds of times on the freeway, just never stopped. John & Karen Skoog & family volunteer there and had a bunch of us out for an 1800's afternoon. Was a bit on the warm side as the mercury rose to something over 95 degrees, but we had a wonderful time.
Mom, this one was for you. There were also the modern day port-a-potties.
Alyx churns some butter ... sorry a bit dark ... the butter was delicious.
A window in a church that reminded me of the one Dave & Jody were married in. The pews weren't as charming tho'. One of my daughters has decided that she would like to be married here.
Brock turns woodcutter. It took about 2 swings of the axe and he was finished.
Karen Skoog in her garb. Looks like quite a toasty warm outfit for such a warm day. She plays it well. She was so kind to take us on a tour of the Village.