Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Mountain Farm Museum

All these pictures were taken at the Mountain Farm Museum on the east side of the smokies. It is located just before you exit the park. I've always been a sucker for old buildings. I just wish they could talk. :)







17 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Neal, I just sent you a link to a blog I published in 2009 on my visit to this place...

Great pictures.
Betsy

Tricia said...

I sooo wish they could talk, too... they sure grab my attention & I could sit for days & days to listen to the stories they'd have to tell!!! =)

Beautiful structures & I love all the rock work!

Tricia said...

Do you mind if I link this post to Barn Charm next Monday for the barn in the 1st pic? Everyone should see it!!! =)

George said...

I've been pass that museum a couple of times but have never stopped. Your pictures tell me that I'm going to have to change that.

Tricia said...

Thank you very very much, Neal... I appreciated it tons! =)

Carletta said...

I visited this place the first time I went to the smokies.
I wish I could pick those buildings up and place one or two in my back woods. :)

Sartenada said...

Wonderful. I like this kind of museums! Shingles on roof are so "cozy" looking, because we have them here and there.

Great post!

Tricia said...

Hi Neal,

Thanks so much for letting me link this post back to Barn Charm... I just know everyone would want to see!!! =)

Evelyn S. said...

How interesting the shapes are! Great image of the stone foundation, too. And those wonderful old shake roofs!

Allison at Novice Life said...

I agree, I wish old buildings could talk!

Rose said...

Oh, wow, I love that barn...and wish I had that log cabin.

You should have kept the one of the pig sleeping in the sun and used it in a post titled 'Sun Bathing Beauty."

don said...

I like the rustic look of these places. The old buildings have such nice textures and fine wood quality. I like that one with the natural rock foundation. A fine post.

Kristy said...

Reminds my of New Salem Museum. It must be a similar time period.

Kim, USA said...

Omg I don't mind living here. I've been a city girl since birth..and I am done with it lol!! I love these photos and the two last photos is this a house? Like it much!

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Janis said...

Gorgeous photos...The texture of these buildings are just awesome.

Elaine said...

Love the barn and all the other photos too. This looks like a great place to visit.

Carole said...

I love that barn.

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