Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Not appropriate for children

The sign warns you... DSCN0964 but did we listen? Of course not. Try explaining this to your child... DSC05843 And that really wasn't the worst of it. Through most of it I was so dumbstruck I actually forgot to take pictures! And it wasn't so much the apparatus DSC05847 as it was the descriptions on the wall of what they used it for.
The rest of the village was quite nice though DSC05863 Especially this guy DSC05862 "I am Duncan MacLeod of the clan MacLeod ~ There can be only one!"
My Favorite room was the textiles room DSC05859 No surprise there and I really think I'd like to try to make something like this DSC05853 It doesn't look too complicated and would look really nice over a black shirt and pants, doncha think?
They also had some nice ceramic pieces out to dry DSCN0968
All in all a nice place to wander through ~
So for now, Adios from Julianne ~ Princess of Quitealot DSC05837


Tiffany @ Lattes And Life said...

Oh, that reminds me of a traveling museum exhibit I once saw. It was on the history of torture devices. FASCINATING stuff...but yes..not so kid friendly!!

Miss Healthypants said...

That torture stuff does look pretty creepy!--albeit interesting. :)

Miss Healthypants said...

P.S. Was the massage therapist you saw that one time, part of the torture exhibit? *grin* I couldn't believe that happened to you! What a bad experience.