Sunday, July 13, 2008

Shoal Creek Living History Museum






6 comments:

Janet said...

I've attended a wedding at that church! It was outside of the church, on the path, though. Very lovely.

travel said...

I spent a night in one of those log cabins in the dead of winter and I have never ever been so cold. Neat place tho.

Satyavati devi dasi said...

This is so beautiful. I would love to live someplace like this.

Faith said...

What's going on here? Did I miss an explanation for why all the photos of landmarks and stuff?

Also, where is the Watson's Mill place in the pics below? I would have posted my comment there, but since the post is older, I wasn't sure if you'd notice...

Faith said...

Correction: WatKINS Mill. (Oops!)

Xavier Onassis said...

faith - no explanation. I just found a bunch of photos I'd taken and decided to post some of them up. Watkins Mill is a historic old woollen mill in Clay County off of 92 hwy between Excelsior Springs and Kearney.