SQUARE TOPS – Stove Tops

These vintage stoves are on display for the public to view in a museum at Fort Christmas Historical Park in Christmas, Florida with several others. The entire collection takes you through decades of progression and changes. It also makes you appreciate the modern conveniences that we all enjoy today.

Click the panel below to visit Becky’s site and the April Squares Photo Challenge:

10 Comments on “SQUARE TOPS – Stove Tops

  1. Amazing, the innovative ideas that have evolved since those long-ago times of having to cook everything over an open fire. Great photos, Lisa.

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    • Going there was great research for my book. I’m really trying to delve into how life really was in the 1850’s in the US & a few other countries so I get my story right. 👌😉

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      • It was a big research day yesterday. We are on our way to st marks wildlife refuge today. On the hunt for the one and only American Flamingo. Life bird. He or she has been in this area for over a year. Was seen yesterday so we are hoping to pick it up. The refuge is large enough for us to be outside and keep social distancing. 😊

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