A tale of 42 foxes #WordlessWednesday


It’s Wednesday again so let’s go Wordless.

Fox skin rug made from 42 foxes
Fox skin rug made from at least 42 foxes – on display in the Quilt section of the Glenroy Pioneer Women’s Hut Museum



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Deb 🙂

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10 Replies to “A tale of 42 foxes #WordlessWednesday”

    1. Thanks Donna, I thought the story was there in the photo without the need for more words! These museums are so good for keeping this sort of history alive and I enjoy sharing these interesting snippets 🙂


    1. I know Terri, they were so hardy back then and made the most of whatever they had to hand. These museums show us so much of how life was back then and as you say they’re so interesting!

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