As a modern settler, it was a privilege to set up shop, if only for a few hours, in the grounds of Cobblestones Museum, surrounded by structures built and used by earlier settlers.

cobblestones museum the cottage

The weather wasn’t up to much, which kept many away, so I found myself with little moments of time where I was able to reflect on our own story of how and why we came to settle in such a beautiful part of the world.

cobblestones museum the print store

It’s no secret that the letters home written by the women of that time, gave me the strength to keep calm and carry on as we crafted a new life for ourselves. Those women were in my thoughts yesterday.

cobblestones museum the schoolhouse

cobbletones museum the chapel

I will be at Cobblestones on Sunday 17th February from 10am – 1pm. To keep up to date with future markets, you might want to ‘like’ their brand new facebook page.

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