Family, children, education and of course the old time buildings…
There is a really neat old schoolhouse near us that was built in 1889. The schoolhouse is called the Tassajara School House. I’ve seen it before but this time I really got a good look around.
There was a very nice man there named Ed, complete with cowboy hat and all. He takes care of the little school house and I could tell he really loves doing so because he was happy to share a bit of the history and what goes on there. He explained that school children from around the area come and experience a day at school by dressing in period costumes and attending an old-fashioned class. They say the original Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of that era and they even play as kids did in those times by walking on stilts. Amazing!
Ed mentioned that I would be welcomed to attend a class sometime…
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Thank you so much for the reblog Beth! Very generous of you. I’m happy you enjoyed it! 😀
I am impressed by your energy and insight. So much of what you “see” is never seen by the majority. Keep up the good work.
Thank you so much for that meaningful comment! I appreciate it more than you can know. Blessings.