Here’s another artifact currently on display in the outside kitchen at Green Turtle Cay’s Albert Lowe Museum. Can you guess what it is?
I received the following query from a reader yesterday. I don’t know the book she describes. Does anyone recognize it?
“I purchased a book many years ago written by a German woman who traveled to the Abacos with her husband who was a doctor. I’m guessing around 1940s. She died before she finished it. Her daughter found the manuscript and finished the book. I loved reading the book so much I passed it around to a friend and who passed it to a friend and so on. I cannot remember the title or author. I wonder if you can help. Love to track it down.”
If you know the name and/or author of the book she’s looking for, please respond in the comment section below. Thanks!
It’s Reader Photo Friday!
Thanks to Cynthia Lull for this gorgeous photo of a starfish in the grassy shallows.
The things I learn through this blog! I received some interesting and creative guesses as to what our unidentified object was — everything from bee fogger to watering can to bed warmer and even a bed pan.
But thanks to S. Allwood and David Chudley, we now know it’s a salt pig.
I came across this item in the Albert Lowe Museum’s kitchen building, and it’s got me stumped. Turns out nobody knows exactly what it is… Do you?