Last weekend, my husband donned his work clothes and a face mask to explore the far reaches of our wood shed. Built during the Gold Rush, the small cabin was likely home to a miner or two in Atlin, BC. It was the only part of our property that we hadn't yet explored, and it yielded a few treasures!
Rummaging through an old crate...
Goodyear Rubber Co fire extinguisher, circa 1872!
Colourful gas can.
Dairy cream jugs, curtain rod with brass rings, broken rocking chair... And a lot of junk!
It was pretty mousy in that wood shed. We took 3 trailer loads to the dump, and kept the good stuff to clean up and use.
Lots more coming on the blog. It'll be my first summer off in many years, so I am looking forward to our projects at the Little Blue House!