Saturday, September 20, 2008

Day 70 - Chamber sign

Not a very exciting day in the photo department. This is the sign in front of our Chamber of Commerce.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Day 69 - Jaycee Pavillion

Nice picnic pavillion just across the street from the fishing pier that I pictured on Day 66.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Day 68 - Local Library

Not a very exciting day in the picture taking department. This is the Guntersville Public Library (who I'm unhappy with at the moment). Just your basic small town library :)

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Day 67 - Log Cabin

This little tiny log cabin is on the grounds of our Museum (that I posted a picture on Day 33). I was actually someone's home in 1836 - was dismantled, moved to the Museum site and put back together (I guess if they could do that with the London Bridge, they could do that with a tiny log cabin). It looks like it might be about 14 feet square. Could be a bit larger, but certainly not much. Imagine that being your home!

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Day 66 - Fishing Pier

This is the public fishing pier in Guntersville. It's been there forever - my oldest kids used to fish from it when they visited my parents, though it's been redone in the last few years, it still looks exactly like it did all those years ago.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Day 65 - country florist

Yup, it's pretty ratty looking outside. Inside looks like your regular, normal florist. Apparently it was a house at some point in it's life - the windows are boarded up and covered with plastic (I guess to make it warmer/cooler) and it's a poor looking site. Obviously they don't depend on their exterior visual appearence for business.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Day 64 - Interesting tree

Just happened to go down a street in town that I rarely drive on and there was this really interesting tree. It appears to be some kind of pine - looks like pine needles underneath it, but I've never seen a pine shaped that way. The needles were short and kinda 'feathery'. Pine trees are my favorite tree and I especially loved this one!

What a great tree for kids to climb in.