Monday, September 24, 2012

Old Salem Part 2


Hello Friends,
Happy Fall! Autumn is finally here! I love this time of year!I have part 2 of my trip to Old Salem, NC . 
I will start off with this lovely Fall Vignette in one of the kitchens we visited.



The ladies were frying pumpkin cakes or fritters.



Recipe they used




Old Water Pump


Church spire


Lantern

 
Black & White pics   

Window in a Stone Building 


Interesting doorway

 Old stump

Broom making 

Making cloth from flax

More B&W  Pics
Old lock





Fence Gate

Old Barrel




 

Street Lamp


  There were old shops that sold various  items

Brick retaining wall
  
  Side steps with ornamental figures


Red Spirea?

Shop window with Christmas tree



Moravian Stars


Owl pillow

 

Glass Bottles


Man in the Moon clock


Tea Set


Moravians traditionally  hold lighted candles such as this during their Christmas Love Feast. 

Cute Christmas Tray




Tin Moravian Star decoration

You  can learn  about the significance  of the Moravian Star  Here. To learn about Old Salem go Here. To learn about the Moravian Church go Here and the  Love Feast go Here.

I will leave you with this wonderful Bible Verse .
".....Lo, the star which  the Wise Men had seen in the east,went before them , until it came and stood over the place where the young child Jesus was." Matthew 2:9


 A Christmas love Feast at Elon College NC.




I am joining :Blue Monday,Mellow Yellow Monday ,
Macro Monday,Mandarin Orange Monday, Ruby Tuesday2
Our World Tuesday, Rednesday, Outdoor Wednesday


Love & Prayers,
~Myrna

40 comments:

  1. Looks like a really quaint place to visit.I would love to try that pumpkin pie.

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  2. Loving the B&W window picture!

    {@Unfocused! coming from a linky party!}

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  3. Thanks for sharing your beautiful blues.

    Happy Blue Monday, Myrna.

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  4. Incredible photos! Old Salem looks like a wonderful place to visit. I can't believe I never made it there when we were back east! Marvelous post!

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  5. Great post Myrna, loved all the blues.

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  6. Happy Blue Monday! Lovely photos :)
    Greetings from Australia ~Pernilla

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  7. Once more; beautiful, interesting and educational. I've never heard about the Moravian Star before. Now I've seen it in straw, tin and crystal. Just amazing.
    I listened to the Christmas service, and even though it's a bit early for me, I got caught by the song, the candles and the way the congregation behaved in church.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  8. What a quaint and picturesque town. Fall is the best time to visit these citys because of all the beautiful colors of fall-orange, red and sometimes blue. Adore the brick sidewalks and the brown tea set.
    Ann

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  9. Lovely photos, Myrna. Your trip sounds like it was a lot of fun. Those pumpkin cakes sound good too.

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  10. I like the Fall colours, the historic garb and the pumpkin fritters. It is putting me in the mood for a Thanksgiving feast ;-)

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  11. I was there years ago, thanks for the memories!

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  12. Beautiful shots, Myrna. An interesting place for sure!..Christine

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  13. Beautiful photos. Looks like a very interesting place to visit.

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  14. An lovely collection of photos - and what an interesting place to visit. The orange pumpkins in the orange room are beautiful - so rich and glowing- and great textures there too. Thank you for contributing to Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  15. The photo of the church spire is amazing! It's so beautiful. I also loved the pumpkin vignette. Thank you for sharing your visit, your photographs are so pretty!

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  16. Myrna, lovely photos from your trip. It is an interesting place to visit. I just love the owl pillow. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the tour. Have a great week ahead.

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  17. i'd like the picture,i think some of those things/items are antique

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  18. Fantastic photography of wonderful trip and delish recipe for Pumpkin Cakes ~ (A Creative Harbor)

    thanks for coming by and commenting ^_^

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  19. the day looks picture perfect and the photos are great. Would love to be there....exploring all the neat things....

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  20. What a great trip. Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Myrna, Your pictures just keep getting better and better. What a wonderful piece of history. I like that Pumpkin Cake recipe! I love the old wording, because this is how I cook, and pass along my recipes! Hah! I would love to find out more about making fabric from flax, so cool!
    Blessings,
    Susie

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  22. Informative series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  23. Very beautiful pictures I love it =D

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  24. Hi Myrna!
    What a wonderful post. YOu shared so many great photos and inspiring comments.
    I love those little cornhusk dolls...they remind me of a time long long ago in our nation's history.
    I hope you are having a good week, my sweet friend.
    Blessings in Him,
    Carolynn

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  25. I enjoyed the trip to NC right with you.. very nice pictures.

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  26. It must have been a wonderful trip with so many interesting and beautiful things to see. The little dolls and the cute tray were two of my favorites. Actually everything was beautiful so as usual I enjoyed your whole post!!

    Hugs
    Iris

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  27. Great journey enjoyed the photos every last on! Well done!

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  28. wow i love your post... beautiful, just dropping by, happy RT2 Hope you could visit me here THE TUMBLER

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  29. Thanks for sharing the rest of your visit, I enjoyed my virtual trip.

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  30. These are fabulous photos! Beautiful colors...and wonderful black and white ones, too! What a great opportunity to visit such an interesting historical place.

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  31. Looks like a great destination. I love the cornhusk dolls in the first photo.

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  32. Happy Fall...great sequence of photos♫

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  33. Wonderful autumn photos! Thank so much for sharing it with us on Orange You Glad It's Friday!

    Sarah
    Hood Photo Blog

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  34. What a great trip you must have had! I love historical sites to visit, too. Oh, by the way, that red flower you questioned as spirea is a Celosia - very pretty!

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