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Letter: Barn photo brings back memories

Jennifer Fudge Carter writes:
This picture shows what used to be my Dad's barn. I have memories of stripping tobacco in this barn, pulling tobacco plants in the nearby plant bed and playing in the barn. The property was sold and divided after my Dad's passing in 2011. Dr. George Webb now owns this piece of property, but it will always be home to me. I make at least one annual trip sometimes more down to the farm to reminisce.

As we get older we look back on our childhood memories and realize how precious family time really is especially when our parents are gone. I loved growing up on our family farm. My Dad took pride in keeping the fields and road sides mowed and clean. My Mom loved her flower beds--much to Dad's disgust when he had to mow around them, but he did it anyway. Thanks for the picture and bringing back sweet memories.
Comments re: Rainy Day Photography, Adair or Metcalfe Co., KY




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