|Re: What's in your closet?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: PattyMara (PattyMaraaol.com)|
|Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 16:30:21 -0500|
Lynn's post covered most of what I would have suggested for storage in the common house except for the following: 1. Children's toys, easels, art supplies, dress-up costumes, water toys, sand box stuff, musical instruments 2. Outdoor furniture, lawn and deck chairs At Tierra Nueva we're planning to build an display case for some of the archeological artifacts found during our survey completed 2 years ago. As a Chumash seasonal village site (which we anticipated, all of the surrounding beach areas of the central CA coast are dotted with shell middens and hearth sites, often tool making sites) our site survey uncovered some wonderful stone (chert) blades, crystals and many many pounds of shells. Most of this will be returned to the land in a special "re-bury" ceremony, and a few specimens will be displayed with an educational diorama in the case somewhere in the common house. I guess this doesn't really qualify as a closet, but it feels important to mention. If anything of historical or archeological interest is present on site, maybe just old photographs even, it feels appropriate to offer some respect for the former inhabitants, human and wildlife. Patty Mara Gourley
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