I couldn’t resist this shot of my husband walking above the fog on Mt. Diablo.
For the entire gallery, please check Leanne Cole’s blog.
I finally got back to the 1889 Tassajara Schoolhouse to see “school in session”. Kids from around the area dress up in period costumes and have a class the old-fashioned way. I actually didn’t plan on going to the schoolhouse this day, but at the last minute I remembered it so I thought I’d stop in. I noticed cars outside and a sign that school was in session so I got kind of excited as I pulled off the road and grabbed my camera.
One of the men who takes care of the place was there and said the kids would be coming out anytime and right when he said that, the doors opened and out they poured all full of giggles and talking. I was kind of disappointed I didn’t get there in time to see them all seated at the desks, but I was lucky to get there when they came out to play games.
I will preface you viewing the photos (if you got this far in the read here) that I have practically zero experience taking people photos and it shows. It’s not something that usually floats my boat but this particular opportunity was just to good to pass up. The kids were so cute with their little outfits!! I really wanted to just put the camera down and watch. I took lots of photos but decided just to include a few of the “best” ones, lol.
Awhile ago I had posted a picture of the Tassajara Schoolhouse built in 1889 and promised more. I haven’t been back yet to see the kids in school dressed in period costumes, but I did pull this one from the archives and thought I’d post it. I felt like I had been transported back in time sitting in one of the small wooden desks. My knees loved getting out of that desk! 😉
I’m thinking now that I should’ve had a smaller aperture to show the word “Superintendent” more clearly, but at the time I was thinking blurring it would be more effective. What do you think? Even so, fortunately nobody will put me in the corner for it. 😛