Tinsley House in Bozeman, MT is over 100 years old, and life goes on about as if no time has passed since the day it was built. The entire structure was moved from its original location of Willow Creek so it could be near the Museum of the Rockies. A staff, dressed in the traditional garb of the day, runs the homestead. Fresh pies are baked daily, a metal smith and carpenter are on staff, maintaing the property, and the home is even equipped with a functioning outhouse. It’s so cool to step back in time and get a glimpse of what it was like before our modern day luxuries and technology. There certainly wouldn’t be any sneakers, that’s for sure.