In the Tidewater Spring's harbingers are Daffodils, Redbud, and Dogwood blooms, in that order.
RL - yes, the Redbud is out in full force now, all along Lee-Jackson Highway (Rt. 11).
Love the picture and the quote!
Thank you Jen.
Great quote! And so true.
I love old pictures like this, they make me think of my great-grandparent's homeplace in Cades Cove, TN. Nothing at all anywhere around but full to the brim with great memories and history.
I do too Lindsay. However, this is not really an "old picture." I took it the day before I posted it w/an iPhone 6 and used an app to make it "look" old. I've visited Cades Cove before. A beautiful place with a rich cultural history. You're blessed to have familial ties there.
I had to smile, that is what you get when you type faster than your brain is thinking - I meant old HOUSES like this, sorry for the confusion!The picture is beautiful, and it tells story just by looking at it. Oh how I long for a tin roof.Cades Cove is a special place, I have fond memories of going there but it was in the 1980s and a lot had changed, even moreso today.
"Oh how I long for a tin roof."Yes, me too. My grandparents had a tin roof when I was a young boy. I hope to soon replace my shingle roof with a metal one.
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