This week's hunt got some great help from a visit to a nearby museum called Burnaby Village. The 1920's era village represents a tram-stop community along the B. C. Electric Interurban Railway. The homes, businesses and "townspeople" all contribute to a fascinating adventure and a peek into the way things were way back then. Picked up the three prompts that I thought were the hardest at this location, so lets get to them . . .
Along the left side of this old sign you can see that the wood has warped and split with age. Taken at the Burnaby Village Museum.
2. Concentric Circles
The weight at the bottom of my wind chimes . . . I could have used this for marble as well, but I've got another for that prompt.
Also from Burnaby Village, this piece of equipment was found in the Royal Oak Garage . . . there were actually about a dozen "gear" shots I could have used from this trip to the museum.
A final shot from the museum . . . it was delightful to step back in time aboard this 100 year old electric tram car, painstakingly restored to its former glory. All the woodwork appeared to be glazed with a high gloss protective coating.
Another wind chime, this one my daughter's . . . it features a large central marble and smaller ones around the perimeter of the sunflower.