I was traveling through the back roads of eastern Ky and came across this little home. No one lives in it any more. I did find the owner and asked his permission to take my picture. It only cost me the price of a song. And what did he want to hear? FMB of course. I did my best. I think I could live there.
Tuesday, November 13, 2007 @6:16:12 AM
Like the pic!-I'v built an american style porch on the back of my house -out of cedar and cedar shingles!-Like you I could live there and often sleep out on it in the summer too-its also a great pickin porch too!-what with the swing bench too.....
All the best -Andy
Friday, January 25, 2008 @11:50:03 PM
I hear you! Wish I could go back and live where life was simple and music was as important as the X-Box.
Saturday, February 2, 2008 @5:26:23 PM
What a wonderful peaceful feeling that place has. Simple is the best way to go.
Saturday, May 4, 2013 @6:24:26 AM
A beautiful place it is! I grew up in a house of that same style and vintage, except our chimney was all field stone. The trees were growing through the windows with no doors when we found it sitting on 36 acres back up in the head of the hollow. My Pop and I completely rebuilt it back to original, even marked every stone in the chimney to replace it back as it originally was. Finished construction and moved in the summer of 1975. Blowing Rock, N.C., Honey Branch Hollow, the Globe Valley.
Monday, May 6, 2013 @9:52:26 AM
thats a really neat story Marcel.
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