…they called this the milk house…

Posted by karla (Omaha, United States) on 3 April 2011 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

This shed stands conveniently near the side and back porch entrances of the house. The photo was taken beneath the extension of the roof that protects the doorway from sun, rain and probably some snow. The shed, cooled by a freshwater spring, stored items such as garden produce, milk, eggs, and other products to slow or prevent spoilage. It was locked at the time of my visit. One more picture, then we are done. ;)

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B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

I like the vintage treatment on this, and how we can see a close up view stretching to the distance. Well done.
I left you a link to the Daffodil Garden on your comment on my shot today.

4 Apr 2011 12:04am

@B. Thomas: Thanks, Barbara! We have one more image for tomorrow, then on to something else. (Are you a Barbara? I am assuming from what others posted on your site.) Thanks for the link you gave to Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Garden. Interesting history and much beauty there.

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