Oakwood owl counting
pilgrims at the Stryx end gate,
"Whooo passes this night?"

Monday, May 14, 2012

Freeborn County Historical Museum

This is part of about twenty buildings, houses and shops with furnishings and tools, which comprise a historic village at our local museum. There is also a large building housing vehicles and farm equipment, as well is the main 10,000 sq ft museum, which has presently being doubled in size. Why am I posting all this?  'Cause Ms Lorna, my wife, is a volunteer tour guide. Stop in and be guided some time. 


George A said...

You should take your camera and go on one of your bride's guided tours for us virtual tourists.

Silk Hope said...

Is that your typical Midwest white Lutheran Church?

Gunnar Berg said...

Yes, I believe it is typical. Actually quite graceful.

Anonymous said...

The church was built by Norwegian who were boat builders, so the inside looks like the bottom of a boat. There is Wood trim in the shape of breaking waves. Lorna

Tom Sanders said...

A fine example of American Gothic. That spire is especially nice!