Just a friendly reminder to all of those being pummeled by snow today.
Soon the grass will be green and the skies will be blue.
I won't even share a photo of what the farmette looks like today. Suffice it to say that it is cold, white, and dreary.
This photo comes out of the Small Town archives. Many tobacco barns in our area are painted black to absorb more heat. The side of this barn has panels which open to allow ventilation for the tobacco inside, to cure. It continues to remain a viable crop, though not on our farm.
"Sugar is the new tobacco."
Linking up today with The Barn Collective.