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The simple life

  • Madeline Jenkins of Westhampton, 10, uses a hand-crank ice cream maker Sundat at the Westhampton Library. The device was available for use as part of A Step Back in Time, a special program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s.<br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY

    Madeline Jenkins of Westhampton, 10, uses a hand-crank ice cream maker Sundat at the Westhampton Library. The device was available for use as part of A Step Back in Time, a special program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s.

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  • Alden Montague of Westhampton, 8, on left, uses a crosscut saw Sunday with Tom Jenkins of Westhampton during a "A Step Back in Time," a program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s. Ali Jenkins, center, of Westhampton looks on.<br/>Times gone by<br/>SARAH CROSBY

    Alden Montague of Westhampton, 8, on left, uses a crosscut saw Sunday with Tom Jenkins of Westhampton during a "A Step Back in Time," a program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s. Ali Jenkins, center, of Westhampton looks on.
    Times gone by
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  • Alyssa Marie and Elizabeth Colon of Westhampton, 6 and 8, use a old fashioned apple peeler during a program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s at the Westhampton Blacksmith Shop Museum. The museum is open Sundays, 2 to 4 p.m., through October.<br/>SARAH CROSBY

    Alyssa Marie and Elizabeth Colon of Westhampton, 6 and 8, use a old fashioned apple peeler during a program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s at the Westhampton Blacksmith Shop Museum. The museum is open Sundays, 2 to 4 p.m., through October.
    SARAH CROSBY Purchase photo reprints »

  • Madeline Jenkins of Westhampton, 10, uses a hand-crank ice cream maker Sundat at the Westhampton Library. The device was available for use as part of A Step Back in Time, a special program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s.<br/><br/>SARAH CROSBY
  • Alden Montague of Westhampton, 8, on left, uses a crosscut saw Sunday with Tom Jenkins of Westhampton during a "A Step Back in Time," a program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s. Ali Jenkins, center, of Westhampton looks on.<br/>Times gone by<br/>SARAH CROSBY
  • Alyssa Marie and Elizabeth Colon of Westhampton, 6 and 8, use a old fashioned apple peeler during a program highlighting Westhampton life in the 1800s at the Westhampton Blacksmith Shop Museum. The museum is open Sundays, 2 to 4 p.m., through October.<br/>SARAH CROSBY
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