We took in part of the tour stops. This farm also has a saw dust business but they had a lot of old tractors and machines on display too. Old truck and large steer.
This is an old fashion wire tie hay baler. It runs off a pulley on the side of an old tractor with a very wide belt. Hubby does not know what they call it. They poked the wire through in front of the bale and it came around the back and they twisted it to secure the bale.
Old modified tractor built locally.
There was an pioneer encampment at one of our local parks and these are the pictures from there. These are spirit catchers and are very beautiful.
Lady dress for the time back then. More a town lady rather than a farmers wife.
This man was drying meat near his fire.
They had carriage rides and there were 2 different teams.
2 of the kids with the group.
Firs hanging to dry, I think.
Indian tee pee. There was an Indian sitting in front of it tell the history of the Indians in this area.
More skins laid out to dry or as they would have to sell them.
Old fashion chuck wagon. This is how they carried their food and ten set up for meals.