June 17, 2013

At the Rural Heritage Museum


Last weekend we drove to Washington County, Maryland. One place we visited was the Rural Heritage Museum, between Hagerstown and Antietam. It has a frontier farm set up in the back, and gardeners were there working.


A guide explained that the Reeder family built this cabin on their farm and lived in it while their larger house was built. Then this small cabin became a utility building where they did their laundry.

3 comments:

  1. Fascinating! Can you imagine living in that small cabin?

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  2. I love that little cabin... but it would be very close quarters wouldn't it?

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