Matt Brown writes: That’s what we call the dynamite house; they used to store dynamite in it. Before that various tenants lived in it. The house and barns by the road was where my dad’s farming operation was. My sister owns the land and plans to restore the house.
As someone on my Facebook page suggested, few people realize how vegetables get to market. Of course we know in South Georgia, but the wider world often has no idea. It’s a labor-intensive process, especially with “truck” crops such as watermelon, squash, and others that require hand harvesting. I passed by this busy group near Owensboro right at the moment a downpour came and sent them seeking shelter from rain and lightning.
Sidney McWhorter writes: This is an old tenant house on my farm that we refer to as the Guyton house because we had an elderly couple that lived there until their deaths, who helped my daddy, J. B. McWhorter, Sr. farm. I use it as a storage house now but do not want to tear it down. We lived there when our house was being remodeled in 1958.