The folks visited George Ranch Historical Park on Saturday. This is a place that follows four generations of the same family There are four houses. The workers are all dressed in period clothing. The first house was a log cabin that was built in 1830.
|Worker at the 1830 in cabin.|
|Demonstration on the six layers of clothing that women wore.|
|Inside the 1890's home. This guy is dressed in wool.|
|Family Cemetery near the 1890's home.|
|The kitchen of the 1930's house. It had a dishwasher, electric stove and huge refrigerator.|
|The chuck wagon.|
|This guy's horns are 6 feet across.|
There were alligators.
|This is the blacksmith. He gave a demonstration.|
Mama said it was a fun place to visit. She wanted to do it last year, but we were on the opposite side of town and it would have probably taken them 1.5 hours to get there. She said she always didn't want to visit when it was hot out, so she was glad she was able to visit in cooler weather.
Mama took over 130 photos. She took a lot of the interior of the homes, but I thought it would be boring to post them all here. Sorry, Mama.
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