imagine the history in that little tiny building! pretty image!
I can hear the doc now, step into my office, as hes holding a saw in his hand.
Tanya, I wish I knew more of its history!Jim, you are probably very close to the truth! It is next to the old road that the Federal cavalry came down on the way to Selma toward the end of the Civil War.
This is very cool - the colors are beautiful without being too colorful, because of course, it's winter.
HI Cathy, The forsythia and quince usually don't bloom until March, so their blooms aren't as full as they should be. Thanks for visiting! Oh, and it's winter again now. These blooms are probably biting the dust today!
wonderful shot. i have discovered that AL has so many little treasures like this. i have a few pictures of them but can't wait to be back.Will try to make prints for my family there as soon as I get a chance
A relic from the past; I wonder how many patients walked through its door? Looks like its in pretty good shape as I hope the good doctor's patients were after they left.
I wouldn't mind going to see an ol' country doc and pay him with a chicken and a few eggs...
What a lovely piece of history!I love discovering old or historical buildings and finding out their history (or imagining it myself).I love your blog header - what beautiful reflections.I am your newest follower :)
Liz, so glad you are following! Thanks.
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