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An old wooden house in a countryside village can be seen surrounded with overgrowing trees in this free puzzle. The newer metal roof and wooden window suggests the house is still lived in.

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elijah13
Sep 5, 2018
Quick puzzle. Needs some lawn work done.
mamag15
Sep 5, 2018
We have a lot places like that down here in Va. Especially old tobacco barns.
trynfindit
Sep 6, 2018
We have four old tobacco sticks that used to be used to hang the tobacco from and hung in the tobacco barns for the leaves to dry. The man we bought them from sold them as walking sticks; he had sanded hem and put a coat of urethane on them. They look really neat. I found and framed a picture of the leaves hanging on sticks inside a tobacco barn; it's hanging in my studio.
mamag15
Sep 6, 2018
That sounds really cool trynfindit. It is a shame that so many of these old buildings are falling apart. There is a group of people who are trying to preserve these old buildings as they are a part of history. I live near the Booker T. Washinton federal state park and I love seeing the old ways of life. They have programs a couple of times a year that have people dress up in the 1800's and show what life was like living in a slave home.
trynfindit
Sep 7, 2018
We love the Great Smoky Mountain Nat'l Park in NC/TN and places like the rebuilt farm (using original buildings from around the park), the old mill, and Cades Cove, TN. We also love Colonial Williamsburg with their authentic buildings and the wonderful archaeological work they're accomplishing there. I have pictures I took of an 1850s farmhouse in NC and loved it so much I researched it and did a short genealogy on the family who lived in it. Wherever we go if I see an old tobacco barn we stop for a picture of it.
dbnc2
Sep 7, 2018
My dear nephew and his wife took his mom and 4 of her sisters there 5 or 6 times
we had such fun
1 trip we went to PA.to visit the Amish
such sweet memoirs
all the sisters are gone but me and I miss them so much
elijah13
Sep 7, 2018
Never been in Amish country but love Williamsburg. Spent one Thanksgiving there. I love old buildings, especially if I can find out things about them.
mamag15
Sep 10, 2018
Amish country is beautiful. My mom and her family lived in that part of Pa. I would love to visit Colonial Williamsburg too. I am only a few hours away and have never visited. I would love to go to Tennessee also. Another trip for my bucket list. I have old tobacco barns pretty much in my own backyard. I love history, as long as I don't have to have for schoolwork. Thank God I am done with US history and now I am doing Western Civilization. This is a much "funner" class. And they call me a college student. HAHAHA :)
elijah13
Sep 10, 2018
I hated "Ancient History" when I was in HS. Now I love it. Part of it I think was the teacher. At least that's a good excuse!!
mamag15
Sep 12, 2018
A teacher has a lot to do with how a student learns. If they don't put fun into the class, then it can be boring and not interesting for the students. Presentation is key to teaching a fun class.
elijah13
Sep 12, 2018
When I taught I tried to get the "academic" things done before lunch and the "learning" fun things after lunch. This was for Kindergarten and first graders!
mamag15
Sep 14, 2018
Elijah, that sounds like a good idea. When the kids are done with their lessons then they can have play time.
jiggler
Sep 7, 2018
I so miss living in the country! <sigh>
tshepherd24
Sep 6, 2018
That old wooden house in the countryside village looks great. I had real fun with this puzzle.
trynfindit
Sep 6, 2018
When I see houses like this I always wonder when they were built, who lived in them, what their lives were like.
jas6415
Sep 5, 2018
I always majkes me sad to see a house like this wasted. Why do people let things go to rot like this
trynfindit
Sep 6, 2018
Maybe it's an older couple who don't have anyone to leave their property to.
cindylou1
Sep 6, 2018
I agree with jas6415. I hate to see the old houses go.
JAMP124
Sep 5, 2018
A bit overgrown ---- and might need a nail or two!
babygirlkfor
Sep 5, 2018
I wouldn't mind living their
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