Since I posted my first entry featuring pictures from Fagley’s Apple Farm a while back, I’ve received a number of requests for more pictures from that day. Since I’m still recovering from a particularly nasty case of bronchitis, I have some extra time and thought today would be a good day to make this post.
I hope you enjoy these photos. When I left here, I went over to Eastfork Lake and took some pictures over there. You can find what I’ve posted so far in First Photo Post: Old Bethel Methodist Church. Click on photography in the word cloud on the page and scroll down til you find it. Also, follow me on Facebook. Just search for Message Discipline is Required.
Have a great day! Hold fast, SPRING is coming. Be kind to one another. 🙂
My Facebook friends have already seen some of these pictures, so I apologize to them for posting stuff they’ve already seen.
When I was a little girl, my mother took my brother and me to this apple farm every year to get our Halloween pumpkins. It was awesome and the inside of the store smelled like apples. I’ve thought of it often over the years, so a few weeks back, my husband and I took a drive out to see if it was still standing. It was. Sort-of.
Right next to the fireplace, beside that white pillar that you see, the grandma of the family sat. She reminded me of a Russian fairy tale grandma. She was always bundled up, and working on some kind of crafty thing. She never looked up. If I am remembering it correctly, she smoked a pipe. I was simultaneously fascinated and terrified of her. I wanted to talk to her, but I was too little to have the guts to do it.
If the books hadn’t been so moldy and gross, I would have liberated them from their depressing captivity. As it was, I had to leave them behind. A sad state of affairs for a book lover such as myself.
Speaking of abandoned books. I love this photo. So simple, so bleak.
I think that’ll have to do for this post. I have a lot more pictures from this day. I’ll have to do another post with some of them another day. Don’t wanna bore ya.
Have a beautiful day, send positive vibes into our troubled world and be kind to someone. 🙂