The center room was the smokehouse, now storage including some rough cedar planks cut off this place some fifty years ago. They were intended to make cedar chests. It never happened.
Included in the treasures in this area are two ancient trunks.
The north room was called the 'fruit room' and has two deep shelves where canned goods and jars were stored. They are now full of junk. On the walls are two home-built cabinets that were placed willy-nilly.
These areas have too many cans of old paint, long dried out; pieces of pipe and wire saved for some vague purpose; items that moved from the garage, a portable clothesline, an old door,
a shoe last, treasures for long-forgotten mosaic projects, old windows,
vintage chairs, seashells, vases, baby furniture from the 40s, meat hooks from the smokehouse days.
On pleasant days before time to start outdoor projects, I'm in the building, sorting and moving, sweeping out years of dust and cobwebs.
I'm not sure where I'm going with this project, but I'll get the trunks ready.
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