Sunday, August 4, 2013

Part 2 - Lovely, Rural Pickle Street

I continued down rural Pickle Street, enamored of the classic scenery such as this old barn sitting right next to the road:

This modular home had a split rail fence and a large, painted sawmill saw blade out front:

This old barn was still actively engaged in agriculture:

And this ancient home may or may not have been lived in. I couldn't tell, but it did have a freshly mowed lawn:

More split rail fences delineating freshly hayed fields:

This trailer was nearly hidden by the Pines and brush:

And this board-and-batten home with large barn was also nearly hidden in the greenery:

And here was a modern modular with large garage and gazebo:

In contrast, this old barn gave testimony to agricultural life of days long gone, while the barn behind it had nearly disappeared into the earth:

Another woodsy looking home:

And more fields. This one seemed to need cutting soon:

This home was distinguished by its colorful profusion of Rugosa Roses. You can see why I loved Pickle Street so much. It was filled with beauty and agricultural charm. I'll post Part 3 tomorrow:

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