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In early Appalachian life the corn crib was an important storage place to help them have the staples they needed to get through the winter. This one is located at Jim Bales Place in the Smokies, along the Roaring Fork Nature Trail

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corn crib, fall, jim bales, roaring fork nature trail, appalachian, appalachia, historical, smokies, great smoky mountain, cabin

Comments

  • Seth  Weaver
    Seth Weaveralmost 3 years ago

    Charming capture of classic Appalachia.

  • Ruth Lambert
    Ruth Lambertalmost 3 years ago

  • virginian
    virginianalmost 3 years ago

    Great find and capture of history. Congrats on your feature.

  • RickDavis
    RickDavisalmost 3 years ago

    Just look at the old log corn crib,,,,great photo of it,,,, Rick

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