This log cabin is at the Skinner Farm Museum, too. It was moved there; I don't remember where it was in its former life. And notice in the background is a brick home. It is two stories, and is a fairly big home...and it was moved there from a few miles away! I do not recall if the round barn was already there or if the guy moved it there, too. I think most buildings there are buildings he moved there.
I don't know why I am showing this one...I don't remember a thing about it. I like that it is old...I like that it is logs with the ends notched.
These are from the Skinner Farm museum...a place we went to in 2016. I have always wanted to go back but have not made it. Not sure Roger could make it walking through it all since his stroke.
I am not sure this is the same vehicle as in the first photo. But they were taken in this order. and skip a couple photos for the photo below.
Over the next day or two, or three, I think I am going to re-post a few pics that I have posted before mixed in with some I haven't. I have never seen so much old stuff in one place in my life...owned by one man! Just look hanging and on the floor and all around...every inch stuffed to the brim. I don't even know if a person could get in to see it...the time we saw it it was pure luck that the guy was there and saw us and came out and talked to us.
John caught the Creedence Clearwater Revival song title in the previous post...I often think in song titles or at the least lines from songs. So this is another.
Grasshoppers don't creep me out or anything. When we would walk to the barn or other places when I was kid, all sizes of grasshoppers were hopping every which way to avoid us. And my nephew reminded me that when we were kids, we would fix a straight pin on a match stick, and use that in our B-B guns and shoot grasshoppers.
The monster inside me got to playing with two or three pics the other night...and playing with B&W, etc....
This is filtered...I think using red.
This one is Holga-ish...notice the edges of the photo.
And then there is this...I mistakenly clicked on something. I forget what now....but it is my favorite. You can tell this photo is taken through the windshield if you look closely. Where this was taken, there is hardly any traffic. I do not even do this if there is an on-coming car or if there is one behind me. I may go 10-15 miles and only see one car.
I meant to tell that the lilies in yesterday's post were taken with my Samsung phone...as are the ones in this post. I have been so pleased with the photos from it.
I could not narrow down to just two or three photos...don't you just love the kind of strange colors combination in them. The colors of the petals just as they begin to get color against the green of the leafs is pleasing to me.
I don't know anything about this truck...it was seen at Arthur. I felt it was made recently, but now I wish I had looked for the ticket on it to see if there was any information. Notice it has the little vent glass....I often wish vehicles still had these!
My daughter lives in the St, Louis area. She sent me this photo earlier this evening. They have been experiencing storms. This is her dog, Delta, who does not like storms. So my daughter places this quilt in the corner of her sectional....then Delta comes and sits and looks at her till she comes and sits with her.
Notice on the back of the couch is her kittie, Charlie. (short for Charlotte) They are best of friends, and chase each other through the house. And they sound about like a herd of horses. Charlie, will run along the back of the couch and reach and get Delta, or jump on her.
These photos were taken on the same day as the photos in the previous post. We have never been able to find it again. I had not even remembered the barn in the previous post, but the place shown in these photos....I think about it often enough.
I am just showing them in the order they were taken. Notice that the chain is locked on the dog. There was another dog, looked like at least part Goldern Lab, with a chain and lock just like this one.
And I always remember the dark colored horse.
Notice the chain....that is the chain that the dog is locked to. There were posted signs everywhere....I wonder did they have a lot of trouble with trespassers, or were they trying to hide something.