In May 2010, I toured the High Desert Museum near Bend, Oregon and took several hundred photos. Then, I separated them into three slideshows. Well, the pictures are still on my computer, but the slideshows are gone, thanks to Google buying up Slide.com and then deleting the program. I just like to complain about that once in a while, especially when I get to a post that used to have a slideshow that we would have all enjoyed seeing again. Oh, well.
The videos below are from You Tube, and show you around the museum. This first batch of kitchen photos are were taken at the High Desert Museum:
an Reservation home in the 1940's.
To see photos of Indian bead work, checkout this link:
The following kitchen photos were taken at Ft. Rock Homestead Village Museum, please click here to see that blog post.
I just found this great kitchen on my Facebook friend Kathleen's page. Do you think that it is from the 1940's, 50's or when?
Last, but certainly not least, is one of my favorite little kitchens ever ... Grandma Jody's cabin where Nigel and I lived for a year and half when we first moved to Mayberry. Can you tell that I was into Mary Engelbreit?
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