- One thought came to my mind;
Everybody is so interested in churches, homes, weddings, costumes........
but not a single person ever expressed interest in tools ancestors were
using every day in their hard work. Tools, that mostly were home made. Many
out of wood.
There was nothing they did without tools.
Once I visited an old house in Myjava hills, which was bought by Bratislava
guy, to use it as a weekend cottage.
This man burned all the tools he found there in one big fire. What a sad
view to see those brave companions of Myjava men being turned to ashes. A
tool can speak volumes.
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- Dear Maxine,
I am happy to hear that you liked the pictures. I
still have relatives living in Livov (not the huta);
they are somewhere around third or fourth cousins with
some of those "removed" qualifications which means we
skipped a generation somewhere.
I see no reason for a language to be a barrier to you
living there. The kids in the town will flock to you
to hear you and learn English and you will have the
marvelous opportunity to learn the language from the
kid's words along with those of the adults. Go ahead
and find a place in Slovakia and LIVE!
--- maxine <maxine96@...> wrote:
> Dr Q. thanks for sending the pictures, they were____________________________________________________________________________________
> wonderful. The thing I love most when seeing these
> pictures is how simple the people live. I visited 2
> years ago and every time I see these pictures it
> makes me feel like I want to go back. For the people
> who have NOT visited, THIS is what the villages and
> towns look like and exactly how the people live!
> Their live is hard but simple. It is a beautiful way
> to live. They help and know each other, it is like
> one big family. They have some modern things,
> however, most of them live like they did years ago.
> The countryside is so pretty and the smoke from
> their houses swirling about, and walking where your
> people walked, were born and died, it over whelms
> you. I have been considering purchasing a house
> there to live a few months out of the year-- the
> only thing stopping me is the language. I have
> many, many pictures on my walls of my village and I
> made one room in my house look somewhat like the
> inside of a village house. thanks maxine sasala
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Dr. Joe Q
> To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 9:18 PM
> Subject: Re: [Slovak-World] Re: Our ancestors
> I have loaded three pictures of Livovska huta into
> Files area of this group. The first is of the
> entrance to the town (you are looking south) and
> other two are the "front" of the church in the
> John gave you.
> I put them in the Files area because the Photos
> section limits the resolution and file size. I
> leave the pictures there for a few weeks and then
> remove them to keep from cluttering up the storage
> Dr. "Q"
> --- maxine <maxine96@...> wrote:
> > GREAT, GREAT PICTURES-I printed them all!
> > you said this was a Lemko site. When I go into
> > site I just get the pictures and hotels. Am I
> > something wrong- or is it just these 2 items.
> > Thanks send more. maxine
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Sinbad Schwartz
> > To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2007 6:43 PM
> > Subject: [Slovak-World] Re: Our ancestors
> > --- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, "Sinbad
> > Schwartz"
> > <sandman6294@...> wrote:
> > > This site might be of interest. It shows
> > farming, cloth
> > > making,and other implements. It also shows
> > simple architectural
> > > drawings. Unfortunately, unless you can read
> > Cyrillic, the captions
> > > and descriptions will not help but it is still
> > well worth the effort
> > > to visit the site. It is a Lemko site.
> > >
> > > http://tinyurl.com/3d4rar
> > >
> > > RU
> > >
> > My apologies. The site is at:
> > http://lemko.org/lih/beskid/
> > RU
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