The reconstruction of a 1600-something farm storage house (aka Stabbur in Norwegian) on the neighboring farm is…

The reconstruction of a 1600-something farm storage house (aka Stabbur in Norwegian) on the neighboring farm is progressing nicely. They had to clear a patch to make room for it, as it has been relocated from its original place further inland in Telemark. This location still looks like a shrubbery 😀

Eik (Oak) farm is a living museum, and although there are no animals these days, the old time everyday chores are on display. There is a brewing and baking house here. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays you can buy fresh made stone oven baked bread and pastries! Yum!

#museum

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