Friday, February 19, 2010

A Old House Place On A Snowy Day

Snow, this word has become the new naughty four letter word for many and understandably so.So many have been hit so hard by it this winter.
My area of Arkansas got 14" in a 2 week period. That's a lot of snow for our area. Though I'm enjoying seeing this sun shine for a change, I know come August I'm going to be missing the beautiful snow we got in Arkansas.
The last snow we got I had hubby take me to this old house. I LOVE this old place. Its about 5 miles from me out in the Boonies.

I often wonder how old these Oak tree's are and the stories they could tell.

Usually I wont step on the porch for fear of bees or snakes this time for fear of it falling in with me. I was dying to peak inside.

This old cream/milk can has been hanging over the fence post for years.

12 People said:

Kelly~MysticalEntities said...

What a beautiful and serene looking place. Looks like the perfect place to sit a spell.

~* Peach Street Folk Art *~ said...

Knocked up, indeed! LOL Hey Pammie! Thanks for stopping by.

This is such a pretty post. Wish Id've been there. I woulda made you go inside with me....we might've had to huddled together in the hole we made in the porch and wait to be rescused, but it still would've been fun!


bayrayschild said...

ooooooooo Pam those scence are right up my alley.

They look so inviting. What beautiful shots!

I wonder what it looks like on the inside?


bayrayschild said...

Pam, that should have read "scenes".

Darn gremlins!


Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

oh and if the walls could talk..that would be something too..great photos..thanks for sharing..:)

Pam said...

Thanks Kelly!

LOL Jamie, Im so happy your knocked up. ;) Your going to have such a beautiful baby! I cant wait to see his/her pretty little face here on blog land. Oh & it wouldnt had took much to get me inside...of course I was worried the floors would fall in.At least there is no snakes!

Thanks Audrey, maybe Jamie will come to Arky and we will venture in for pictures,lol.

Pam said...

Thanks Gina, wouldnt it be fun to see what them walls could tell us ? Or maybe not ;)

Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives said...


Those photos would make some neat greeting cards and calendar photos ! Taken in all the seasons..

so quaint and realistic with the wringer washer and the ol wood chair sitting on the porch ..

time has stood still...

Linda P. S. I remember getting my fingers stuck in the wringer quite a few times while helping my Mom with the wash trying to pull through heavy clothes and rag rugs !

Dogpatch Primitives said...

love that little cabin in the woods Pammie!

Pam said...

Ouch Linda, I have heard sotries of that happening to people.Thank goodness our washers have improved.

Thanks Patty.

Anonymous said...

Babe, you take the BESTEST pics... I want some of those framed in my home!!! Well, I hate to tell you it is sunny and BEAUTIFUL in my neck of the woods... Miss ya much... Me

Michelle Palmer said...

Such a great post! Beautiful photographs~