Sunday, September 20, 2015

More photos from taken from the train in Strasburg.

Corn maze, with a person watching over so you don't get lost.
 A barn with the sides open to let the tobacco dry.




We couldn't see a lot as the corn was so high. 

 Getting ready to do some work.

Spreading cow muck....in the background those are "hotel rooms." 
 A closer up look at the tobacco drying.

13 comments:

Cat Lover said...

Lovely photos Gill!

Pom Pom said...

Interesting!

Belinda said...

Such beautiful pictures. Was this a Mennonite or Amish Farm? I wondered because of the style of dress of the farmer.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Such iconic photos! It's harvest time for sure! Great drive-by shootings. You have the knack for it!

barbara woods said...

thanks Gill

Marilyn K said...

I have never seen a barn like that...interesting.

Enie Dub said...

Great pictures of the Amish working the fields

William Kendall said...

I must have forgotten about that detail in tobacco barns!

Betsy said...

Oh I love your pictures today! It shows a completely different sort of life than most of us lead doesn't it? Thank you.
Blessings,
Betsy

Jane and Chris said...

Nice views..shame that people still use tobacco.
Jane x

Rose said...

I love the photos...

Holly Hollyson said...

So good to see the traditional ways still being used.

Boopnut said...

Looks like Wisconsin with the exception of the Amish ways. Our Amish live further west in the state. I like the "hotel."
Deb