Junie's Place: Ruby Tuesday ~ July 29, 2008

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Ruby Tuesday ~ July 29, 2008

It's Ruby Tuesday time!

This is my Ruby Tuesday post for this week!

This is a small corn crib (the rent crib) that still stands on the old home place where my husband lived in his youth! This crib was used to store the 1/3 of the corn crop, which went to the landlord for rent of the farm.

This is in Limestone Co, Alabama in the farming area known as Mud Bottom, near the banks of Elk River.


For viewing other Ruby Tuesday posts visit Mary,The Teach, at Work of the Poet.

I'm off for a few days! See you all about next Sunday, if all goes as planned! :)

Junie Rose

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At 10:34 AM , Blogger Anvilcloud said...

That's nostalgic and nicely presented. Have a good trip.

At 10:56 AM , Blogger Carletta said...

Love this quaint shot!
We have an Elk River here as well.
I'll be away a few days too.
Have a fun trip!

At 4:09 PM , Blogger smilnsigh said...

This is an "Off Topic Comment" but...I seem to have lost my knack for posting/commenting in 'Blog Land,' for a while. All I do lately, is put up a few photos, here and there. I didn't plan on it... It just happened.

And since I don't want anyone to think I got *uppity* or anything, :-) I'm leaving this comment, to explain my absence.

I'm sure to be back in not too long. Can't keep a "Chatty Person" quiet, for too long. :-)

Miss Mari-Nanci

At 7:29 AM , Blogger Cliff said...

Nice photo of old stuff. Rent crib is a term we don't have here. Good idea tho. Have a good trip and a good time. I liked the pic of the new calves.
I looks like C should go into the flooring business. Good job.

At 11:28 AM , Blogger Donna said...

Have a Safe Trip!!!!hughugs

At 12:02 PM , Blogger Jamie Dawn said...

That is a wonderful choice for Ruby Tuesday.
I hope you enjoy being away. I am going away too, also, as well. I've not been able to put time into blogging lately, and I've missed checking in on everyone. I plan to get back to posting twice and week and visiting blog buddies twice a week when I get back.
I hope you and Charles are enjoying the summer and taking rides on your cool motorcycle.

At 6:46 PM , Blogger Sally said...

Have FUN!!!!!!!!!! Look forward to your return with pictures!!!

At 6:39 AM , Blogger Hootin' Anni said...

Love this photo. Love the country charm. And I LOVE the familial history behind it too.

At 4:26 PM , Blogger Rachel said...

Love the photo! I've spent some time in cribs breaking up corn for the cows...in my youth that is!

Have a great trip!

At 11:32 PM , Blogger PEA said...

Hello dear Junie:-)

I'm doing some last minute visiting before I leave in the morning to go see my boys! I so love that picture and the way you presented it...how wonderful that it still stands today!

Have a FUN and SAFE trip my friend. xoxo

At 12:06 AM , Blogger Toni said...

Gorgeous shot! The history that goes along with it makes it priceless :)

At 12:06 AM , Blogger Donna said...

Hi Junie!! I have an award for you and a Late thank you on my blog!!hughugs

At 8:10 AM , Blogger Jeanette said...

Gday Junie, Love the country barn and thehistory to go with it. never heard of the term "corn crib"...

At 8:45 AM , Blogger dot said...

I love the way you did this picture! Haven't heard anyone mention a corn crib in years. Maybe only Alabama folks know about such. lol! Hope you enjoy your trip.

At 8:39 PM , Blogger Fred said...

If my parents saw this picture, they'd try and convince me it's where they went to school.

Enjoy your time off. I was MIA for two weeks and loved it.

At 9:05 AM , Blogger JunieRose2005 said...

Thanks to you ALL for visiting me. I just want you to all know I read and appreciate all your comments.

I'll get back to replying to individual comments when I get caught up with things!.



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