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Sk8BoredR Asian American warrior
04/04/16 7:07 pm

Tops I've been there!!! (The pic on the right.)

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TopsQueen Oregon Coast
04/06/16 2:49 pm

That's cool". Battle rock we had lunch

Sk8BoredR Asian American warrior
04/06/16 6:05 pm

No way we had much there as well!!!

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
04/07/16 1:18 pm

If you're ever up this way again let us know that would be so cool to meet

Nik
04/04/16 6:35 pm

Ha! I knew both... But I'm old and well traveled.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
04/04/16 10:12 am

Don't know a way to put one picture in. That is a breadmaker. The other one is Battle Rock Oregon the view from our dinner yesterday.

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LibArtie SW Connecticut
04/04/16 10:37 am

I was gonna guess butter churn.

susanr Colorado
04/04/16 10:40 am

I wondered if it was an ice cream maker, but it didn't look like it had the inside container for the cream that the old hand-cranked ones usually had.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
04/04/16 12:08 pm

Don't know what should be harder turning the handle or just kneading bread by hand. This is in at historic home in Port Orford. Drool worthy

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Arizona
04/04/16 1:52 pm

I was gonna guess metal butter churn.

catpillow Florida West Coast
04/04/16 2:50 pm

I thought it was an ice cream churn. I remember one at Girl Scout camp that looked something like that.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
04/04/16 2:57 pm

I remember seeing some one somewhere before maybe in some cookbook I love to study the history of cooking

susanr Colorado
04/04/16 3:13 pm

My grandparents and also my parents had hand-cranked ice cream machines. (They were both mechanical engineers; if I remember correctly my grandfather modified his at some point with an electric motor.) But they both had an open-top outer bucket, and a closed-top inner container for the ingredients. You filled the space between with ice and rock salt.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
04/04/16 3:18 pm

First ice cream machine was like that but the outer was made with plastic rather than wood.

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Arizona
04/04/16 4:20 pm

My grandmother's hand cranked machine was similar, but the crank was on the side.

ladyniner81 I hate people
04/07/16 11:32 am

My grandmother had an ice cream maker that looked similar to that.