In Season & Fresh from the Garden, the Fields, the Orchards & the Woods
who? what? when? how? why?
Imagine how the forefathers lived. Was it better, or worse?
You know, I think the only thing that would be ridiculously hard would be laundry. Oh, and sewing and knitting because I’m awful with that kind of stuff! SO: If I could subcontract all clothing work, I’m there.
cette ancienne maison, n’est pas pres de chez toi?, il semble que j’avais vue une comme ca.
Pretty interesting. Every so often we will come across the remnants or foundation of an old cabin when out hiking and ponder it’s history. That rock chimney is pretty amazing.
What a charmer — There’s a satisfying calmness just imaging what story the walls could tell — a calmness that doesn’t exist today.
The chimney is really beautifully laid. Sad to see the cabin in such disrepair. And yes, one always wonders about the people who lived there. If you’ve got the old plats for your property, it might show up on it with a family name at least…
Ed – indeed, that depend on who’s asking, and whom one’s asking, doesn’t it?
El – yep, no running water, no electricity either… mmmm… makes one think
Sabine – si, tu as raison, juste en haut du chemin.
Mike – I like the stone wall too, but it’s been relaid recently – not the chimney, still standing proud after all those years
Rusty – I bet the life in there was a lot less clam than the picture
Paula – it’s not mine, and I actually know somebody (now 75) who was raised there. He does not seem to miss it… too much.
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