Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
I love your very red and very useful looking tractor in the previous post. Are those tobacco leaves in the second photo?
Love the pink in the first shot!
used to chop plenty of that wood when i lived in the cabin...nice shot of the tobacco barn...
Do you still have a tobacco allotment? Love the photographs of late summer.
Memories of childhood! The tobacco hung in the barn, pokeberries slowly ripening to make dye.
Great shots of the last days of summer. I had never seen tobacco barns until we came to North Carolina. There are a lot of them around Burnsville, where our good friends live. There were quite a few where we are now, but tobacco isn't grown here any more and they barns are falling down. It would be fun to have some of the lumber from them.Sam
Tobacco hung up and drying out. I don't know of anything about that industry.
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