While I was visiting the Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village, I noticed that they have added some new "old treasures" to their collection. I have collected the "old treasures" together to share in this post. Linking to Tuesday's Treasure.
A blue beauty.
A can man in black rubber boots.
In the old days, these are the door locks.
An old bike with a helmet.
A Yamaha bike.
What are these 2 dinosaurs doing up there in our limestone hills?
Good for photo taking!
A manual stone grinder. As a young girl I helped my aunt ground rice with this type of stone grinder.
Old fashioned mobile stalls.
Coin-operated Jukebox machine. Pay and select a song.
This phone should be much older than me.
Court of Justice Bao. Commonly known as Bao Zheng or Bao Gong. Well-known for demonstrating extreme honesty and uprightness during his service as a government officer in China during the Song dynasty.
Beating the drum to summon the officer.
In the old days, prisoners were transported in this carriage.
On the left, a tree trunk infested with termites.
On the right, a wooden pillar infested with termites.
For in my inner being I delight in God's law;
but I see another law at work in me,
waging war against the law of my mind and
making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work
within me. What a wretched man I am!
Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death?
Thanks be to God, who deliver me through Jesus Christ our Lord!
(Romans 7:22-25, New International Version-NIV)