Ring my bell and warm my bed. — 11 Comments

  1. I think you should definitely donate your collection to a museum, provided they agree to house it in a special “Kernut Wing.” Or at least a “Kernut Cabinet.”

  2. Hey girl, what is cooking with the blog? For two days now I click to read the rest of the story and get cold fished.

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    • Oh no! I’m so sorry! I adjusted some hacker/spammer blocks recently. It’s been great for keeping out Russia and Pakistan. But apparently you have somehow met the excessive hits per minute requirement. ???

      I loosed the controls, so you shouldn’t see the message anymore.

      BUT please do let me know if you (or anyone else reading this) get the message again.

  3. Love this post! Truly amazing collections of bells and money. I have to put this museum on my to do list.

    • It was so fun, Jo! The two-headed goat and the shrunken heads are a bit creepy. If you don’t want to see them, just stay to the right of the entrance/reception desk. There is more to the museum than pictured in my few posts, but these are the things that caught my biased eye.

  4. Ah, good. Back on the air I see. Well then:

    You could donate your rv as an annex to house your massive collection of collections. You won’t be needing it. And you could arrange for the collection mobile to travel to different little museums as a traveling road show.