Old Sturbridge Village in Winter – Part II


This is the other gallery of images that I made when we visited Old Sturbridge Village a couple of weeks ago. With warmer temperatures and some rain, the snow is quickly melting. We may finally get some spring image in a week or two.

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25 thoughts on “Old Sturbridge Village in Winter – Part II

  1. Miss Gentileschi

    Great shots, Chris! Just wanted to ask what the kiln is used for but you already told it ๐Ÿ˜„ It’s extremely difficult to control the temperatures for the firing that way, and I prefer my electric one but would definitely love to try this one too. It seems huge but I guess the biggest part is used for the wood…

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Sarah. We spoke with the potter. He says he only uses it once a year or so and fills it with many, many pieces. I’m guessing that would be something to see. Cheers!

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      1. milfordstreet Post author

        He made it sound like they saved up pottery and fired it all at once. That was probably how they did it years ago. Being a potter in the country was not a full time job.

  2. dunelight

    It’s been over a month since I attended to my blog and so I have much catching up to do with many blogs to visit but I smiled when I saw yours because I enjoy your New England vibe.

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