Wednesday, September 23, 2009

22 yrs ago today, I gave birth to a beautiful little girl, Jessica. She was and is such a joy in my life. She has grown into a beautiful young lady and I'm so proud of her!!!

Thought I'd share a few pictures I took at the Oconuluftee Farm Museum in Cherokee, NC this past Saturday. This is an annual event. I love going to it.



There were people there cooking over an open fire, fixin cornbread in dutch ovens in the kitchen, making rope out of corn husks-braiding them together-really neat!! Making apple butter, apple cider, hominy, molasses.

It was hard work back then but it was a 'good' hard. Does that make sense?






























Sunday my son and I went to the fair. Saw The Traveling McCoury's w/Tony Rice. The winners of the mountain music and the bluegrass music played as well. Good music!!!

6 comments:

Rose Mary said...

I know what you mean by 'good' hard work! What a neat place to visit. We love to go to the Ozark Mountain Folk Center in Mountain View, AR~it is similar to your museum in NC. Happy Birthday to your lovely daughter!

Marg said...

Oh, I love those types of museums! I always wish I could live there. Thanks for sharing the pictures. Looks like you had lovely weather that day.

Cherokee NC said...

Great pictures of the Cherokee NC Area.

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

What a wonderful place to visit! Have a great week, blessings,Kathleen

KKJD1 said...

Love the pics, they look so pretty! Hope your DD had a great b-day. Blessings, Karen

Farm Chick Paula said...

You got to see Tony Rice? *Ugh* I am so jealous, Patty! I'm sure it was an awesome show!
I haven't been to Oconuluftee in several years now- we were thinking of driving up there when the leaves change. It's about 2 hours for us.
Love the cornshuck dolls- I think they are so sweet!