This man is weaving a fishing net.
Here is a picture from the fascinating machinist's shop.
Here is the pastry shop. The interior photographs, for which I did not use a flash, seem glowing and still, like a Vermeer painting.
This is a toy oven from the hardware man's home at the back of the shop.
This was a tea towel in the kitchen of the hardware man's home. I would love to know what it says.
This is the dairy shop. The dairy lady is showing my son how to use the scale.
This interpreter is dressed as a Sami woman. She is carving a little wooden spoon. Watching her made me want to learn to whittle.
This interpreter is a homemaker putting the kettle on the stove.
These geese were in front of the schoolhouse.
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