Sometimes, at night, I browse my own photos, while watching TV at the same time. I go back in time, to see if my photography possibly has improved over these three years I’ve been at it.
Tonight, I happened to end up in the ‘Sweden-folder’…the pictures I took during my trip home last year. In my hometown, there’s an outdoor museum — Murberget. It’s beautifully located up on a hill and they have moved all kinds of old buildings there from all over the county. Marian, my SIL, has a dog, and we went up there several times … to walk the dog, look at all the stuff and just enjoy the scenery. I’ve been there numerous times before, but I paid more attention to it this time. Maybe because I’m older now … and wiser?! 🙂
In any event … I was looking at this old door, and thinking about the amount of work that went into this! These were quite common on farmers’ homes.
In the summertime, they have lots of activities on Murberget. There’s a small school house, and they let children try it … what it was like to be in school more than hundred years ago. They get to dress like they did back then, they have a teacher … everything in the classroom is like it was, way back when! It’s very fun and appreciated, from what I’ve heard.
I wasn’t meaning to write a blog about the whole museum, it was basically this door that caught my attention tonight, as I was going through the pictures.
Here’s just some random picture I took becasue the little house had grass on the roof.