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Interesting, even back in those times they advertised their prices.On the side of the shack it says HORSE SHOEING, then under that, in chalk it says 1.25. With the $ being in paint.So it looks like if something big was going on in town (like a hanging) he could change his prices in a mattern of seconds, not that he would though.
"Simpler & quieter" are two very attractive words.I bet he enjoyed his work and had a lot less headaches then most today.I enjoyed "Blacksmith Week", thanks.Eric
It looks like he should have up a GONE FISHING sign, as closed up as it is.
Fantastic photography and beautiful texture! It is a pleasure to visit your site.Hope to see you on my blog:)
Is that a spreading chestnut tree?
Reminds me of the begining of the Andy Grifith show. Andy and Opie walking along a wooded path to the ole fishin hole. Everyone can whistle that theme song.
Very good photo!
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