I'm currently writing my blog from my cottage in the Drakensberg, Champagne Valley, Kwa-Zulu Natal; South Africa
Wow, it is brighter. I remember using kerosene lamps as our main source of lighting when I was a child. That was in the days before widespread electricity to households. We lived in a very small town of only a few hundred people and kerosene was the main light source for those that didn't live right in town. I only get to see a kerosene lamp now when I go to Kenya. Even there many homes have been added to the grid since my last visit.
I remember the paraffin lights - we used to call them Hurricane Lamps.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Hello, we usually keep the lanterns and candles for when our electric goes out. Cute kitties! Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!
I think these lamps give such a warm and cosy light !
I love kerosene lamps and had a collection of about 40 of them for years, I got rid of all but 6, five of them are antiques. I love the flickering light and 2 of them I burn, the others just sit to be looked at. I am very fond of candle/lamp light
The kerosene lamp is nice as decoration. For emergencies, a variety of lanterns and candles is the answer.
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