Here’s some more pics of our stroll through the 1890’s at Fort Steele.
House used also as the local post office:
Livery stable – was it really white in 1887?:
Sadie wasn’t sure she wanted to be friends with this calf:
The aroma of fresh-baked Johnny cake wafted from this kitchen:
Wagons rolled through the streets
A typical parlor:
A dining room:
And outside a NWMP officer put the ‘troops’ through their paces:
It was a wonderful day, and we learned more about the beginnings of the wonderful country in which we live.
Happy history lessons! This morning we're headed west - by Friday we plan to be in Osoyoos for a family weekend. Blessings, Peg
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