Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Interesting. Always love to see how people lived back then.
Interesting. I am fascinated by the evolution of a language.
The wooden chair on the right in the 3rd photo looks like the school chair many years ago. Nice mural and interesting exhibits.
Gostei do relógio.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Language always evolves and differences in dialects and local words and phrases are formed. Absolute uniformity would be quite dull, eh?
Tanto los muebles y el reloj, manifiestan una época, así como su esplendor.
Unusually for your posts I can't make out most of what's written on the displays. The exhibits look interesting.
@Iris: I think so.@Italiafinlandia: language changes.@Nancy: not a surprise.@Francisco: thank you.@David: I agree.@mirada: thanks.@John: they were.
Hello,Beautiful mural! Take care, have a great day!
...elegant and rustic!
They brought some beautiful things over!
They had a very different technology that influenced the way they had to live.
I love seeing things that people used in their homes -- dishes, candlesticks, the spinning wheel and clock. It takes me to another time.
I love that clock!
The mural is beautiful.
The good old days!
I like that mural.
Gosh I wonder how much gold went into that clock? Life of the rich and famous...
It would take quite a mantel to do that clock justice.
@Eileen: thank you.@Tom: quite true.@RedPat: they did.@Red: that's true.@Jeanie: I know the feeling.@Sharon: so do I.@Bill: it is.@Jennifer: and long ago.@Jan: I do as well.@Amy: it is ornate.@Marie: it would.
What an elaborate clock!!
Very much so.
Some very elegant pieces here.
William - the world has become a small place, and you can see the influence of these items in many cultures!
My paternal grandparents had a piece that looked like this.
Quite something to have.
Great to see how people lived historically ~ Living moment by moment,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
We have come a long way from our original technology and way people lived, in some ways I would've liked to experience the good things.