|Arriving at Sturbridge Village
and hearing of the new born pigs, they rushed to see these little
||There are the little spotted
pigs - they look just like small little dogs, but they will soon be a
hefty 600 pounds or so.
|Then the girls ran to the corral
outside the main house in the town to see a mixture of cows and horses
||Inside the barn, they found some
sheep and new lambs who were born this spring.
|The girls then went into the
kitchen to learn about cooking in the old days. Where is
the stove and the sink?
||The colonial pointed out the
recipe for ginger bread. Emily exclaimed, " Do you really have to
do all that?"