My husband and I walked into the shop/museum and were flooded with childhood memories. John took us through the museum and with his flashlight pointed out pieces and told their story. We stayed over 2 hours and didn't see everything. The collections are incredible and we are so grateful John has preserved this for our generation. I bought a folk-art lamb to be placed in the corner of my kitchen. It wasn't old but I asked John to tell me the story about it. He did, we all laughed and it will hold a special place in our home. As we were leaving, John told us about a pumpkin festival in a nearby village and we drove there. We were amazed at all the pumpkins lining the street and seeing the children's faces as they walked around the huge decorated pumpkins. Thank you John for sharing your love of history as well as finding time to share events with travelers who enter your museum.
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