The kitchen at the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm is a fascinating place. Not only does it contain everything you would expect to find in a 1915 farmhouse kitchen, but you will also find the stove lit and something cooking. There will also be fresh produce on the table and likely some cheese being made.
This reminds me of my grandma's kitchen. She always had poodles though. She had a brick wall behind the stove, black and white tile on the countertops with a wood butcher top on a tiny island. (photo is by Knitty, Vintage and Rosy)
Can't wait for the warmer weather to dry my sheets and towels on the line again... nothing like the smell of "fresh Air"!
clothesline ~ basket for pins Oh, how I wish I lived in the country so I could hang my clothes out to dry and they would smell fresh and clean and not stink of chemicals poisons. A memory of Aunt Jessie's clothes line in her back yard from many years ago.