Looking across a cotton field to the family farmhouse.
Coming up the road.
No-till soybeans planted in the cut wheat fields.
What is left of the old kitchen and some out buildings.
Farmhouse peeking out between the trees surrounded by the old fence.
Almost to the gate.
Aunt Dot will meet us at the back kitchen door with her apron on...;-)
She lived here during The Great Depression with her parents and 4 siblings , one of which was my dear Mother- in-law..Miz Nellie.
Aunt Dot married and her DH moved in with her parents and they are still here all these years later.
All the siblings have passed on, now just Aunt Dot at 89 left.
Also on The Farm is DH's homeplace where his father was born to his sharecropper parents. Miz Nellie raised her children here after her DH was killed in an accident.
This is my Cedar Cottage..;-)
Hope you enjoy 'artsy' black and white the tour!!
I love the black and white home tour, how beautiful! And so special that Aunt Dot is still there after all these years. So many wonderful memories you shared with us, thank-you!ReplyDelete
I love older historical homes, especially when the history is known. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
TY for the 'tour' of these beautiful places, as you walk down memory lane. TTFN ~ MarydonReplyDelete
I love anything to do with family history. Glad she could still live there.ReplyDelete
The tour seemed much more historical done in black and white. What a wonderful place!!!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful collection of photos! The house is so grand and full of memories. Ann :)ReplyDelete
Oh these pics are so beautiful. I love the black and white too. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I think b and w pics are so wonderful. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
It's lovely your Cedar Cottage!ReplyDelete
That's what made of us someone, our family history, our friends, our memories.:)