Monday, September 23, 2013

German Living History Museum

We enjoyed the nice weather over the weekend and made a visit to the Freilichtmuesum in Bad Sobernheim. The living history museum has over forty structures spanning the last four centuries from the local German area.

The majority of the structures were wattle and daub half-timber construction.

Most of the windows were not as fancy as this stained glass window full of circles which resemble the bottoms of bottles.

The kids liked the high chair with the potty hole built in.

Seeing an oven which contained a place to build a fire from logs was an entirely new concept to the kids.

Our current schedule for visiting the hospital is every week or every second week on Wednesdays depending on whether Jemma's medication has been altered. In the week and a half since our last visit Jemma and the other kids have been doing well.

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1 comment:

  1. I would have loved this, I so miss living in Europe:) Glad to hear Jemma is still doing well


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