entering the house we step into a long, wide corridor
(ástrago) which divides the dwelling into
two parts; this is where they carved in wood, where they
made wooden clogs, baskets during the winter, where they
kneaded the bread and milked the cows and which also made
the kitchen larger (at times several people gathered in
here and here they danced ...
Here today we see the work -bench and carpenter tools,
the thatcher’s tools, tools for making clogs and
the feeding troughs for the cows which were milked as
they chewed the cud.; here too is the large flour box,
cupboards (cunqueiro) pasmois twigs used for
lighting, feeding boxes and the baby walker... we want
these items to be on view but at the same time we would
like to preserve the original atmosphere inside.