Carol and I have a whole list of local adventures we're taking the kids on this summer. They're all pretty close by, just things that sound interesting that we've not done before.
Today we went to a tiny museum, a grand old house that's been preserved and furnished. Wonderful high ceilings, breezeway, fireplaces, covered porches, outdoor kitchen, wellhouse, sandstone slab sidewalks.
Beautiful natural light.
Often these tiny places are so intimate; we got to go in the attic and see this ancient sewing machine sitting in a bit of sunshine.
I love how the buildings were situated to make the most of breeze and shade.
One of the outbuildings sheltered a very old tractor.
That caught Felix's attention.
And the Composer liked these iron spikes.