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All I want is sunshine

The poor used wooden shutters closed over open wood framed windows. The homes were sparsely furnished, cold and very dark in the evenings.

Two stacked beds. Pull it out and put the beds side by side in order to have twice the bed space only when you want it.

It was unmade but there was little mess elsewhere in the quaint tavern room. Dragon boy ensured her they'd be safe here. The thought invaded her mind like an unwanted guest.

Interior of a Medieval home. Not sure what the floor is here, but it would have been plain dirt back then.

Interior of a Medieval home. Not sure what the floor is here, but it would have been plain dirt back then. The floor is a kind of lime concrete. You can see a demo of it in Tudor Monastery Farm.

A Tudor Feast - Part 1 of 4. Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands, and Peter Ginn spend three days in a period kitchen recreating a feast from 1590.

A Tudor Feast - Part 1 of Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands, and Peter Ginn spend three days in a period kitchen recreating a feast from This is interesting and gives a good example of the period food trends in the Century

MONUMENTAL LATE 16TH/ EARLY 17TH CENTURY OAK REFECTORY TABLE. CIRCA 1600.    THE SUBSTANTIAL 4" THICK SINGLE PLANK TOP ABOVE FOUR SQUARE SPLAYED LEGS WITH CHANNEL MOULDED EDGES, JOINED BY END STRETCHERS. WONDERFUL COLOUR AND PATINATION. TIPS TO THE LEGS HAVE BEEN RESTORED ,DUE TO WEAR ON DAMP FLOORS.  102" LONG X 26" WIDE X 29.5" HIGH.

MONUMENTAL LATE 16TH/ EARLY 17TH CENTURY OAK REFECTORY TABLE. CIRCA 1600. THE SUBSTANTIAL 4" THICK SINGLE PLANK TOP ABOVE FOUR SQUARE SPLAYED LEGS WITH CHANNEL MOULDED EDGES, JOINED BY END STRETCHERS. WONDERFUL COLOUR AND PATINATION. TIPS TO THE LEGS HAVE BEEN RESTORED ,DUE TO WEAR ON DAMP FLOORS. 102" LONG X 26" WIDE X 29.5" HIGH.

Medieval Church Door

This photo from the TrekLens travel gallery is titled 'Medieval Church Door Photo'.

A bedroom in the 15th century Bayleat Farmhouse at the Weald and Downland Museum  The door in the corner is to the ensuite toilet.  by Anguskirk on flickr

A bedroom in the 15th century Bayleat Farmhouse at the Weald and Downland Museum The door in the corner is to the ensuite toilet. by Anguskirk on flickr