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the least of these
a time capsule in a closet
if farmhouse walls could talk
one painting a day – week 13 and 14 – bird paintings
how old is the farmhouse
how to create an eclectic gallery wall
fairy garden ideas – how to make a bonsai tree fairy garden
a dog and a chicken are best friends
one painting a day – week 11 and 12 – landscapes
things i found on the fontana lake bed
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relax inn
photos, bible pages, birth announcements etc.
the moody family
the williams family
-asheville citizen-times november 30, 1921
their memories of the house here. 
sixty-one park here. 
on etsy here. 
can be found indexed here!
the case for 1942:
the case for 1937:
(which you can view here
the case for 1917:
the case for pre-1910:
view original photo here
great write-up about the history of framing
inquiring eye home inspections – framing
read more here about the sixty-one park farmhouse we are restoring with our friends!
michaels maker
using michaels’ new farmington collection.
here to see the farmington collection i used
craft   miniatures headquarters
happy here.  
our chickens here. 
on etsy here. 
can be found indexed here!
found object collections can be found here. 
about the lake bed here. 
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www.pawsbrysoncity.org  
relax inn
photos, bible pages, birth announcements etc.
the moody family
the williams family
-asheville citizen-times november 30, 1921
their memories of the house here. 
sixty-one park here. 
on etsy here. 
can be found indexed here!
the case for 1942:
the case for 1937:
(which you can view here
the case for 1917:
the case for pre-1910:
view original photo here
great write-up about the history of framing
inquiring eye home inspections – framing
read more here about the sixty-one park farmhouse we are restoring with our friends!
michaels maker
using michaels’ new farmington collection.
here to see the farmington collection i used
craft   miniatures headquarters
happy here.  
our chickens here. 
on etsy here. 
can be found indexed here!
found object collections can be found here. 
about the lake bed here. 
em www.pawsbrysoncity.org  
relax inn
photos, bible pages, birth announcements etc.
the moody family
the williams family
-asheville citizen-times november 30, 1921
their memories of the house here. 
sixty-one park here. 
on etsy here. 
can be found indexed here!
the case for 1942:
the case for 1937:
(which you can view here
the case for 1917:
the case for pre-1910:
view original photo here
great write-up about the history of framing
inquiring eye home inspections – framing
read more here about the sixty-one park farmhouse we are restoring with our friends!
michaels maker
using michaels’ new farmington collection.
here to see the farmington collection i used
craft   miniatures headquarters
happy here.  
our chickens here. 
on etsy here. 
can be found indexed here!
found object collections can be found here. 
about the lake bed here. 
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can be found indexed here! http://www.lilblueboo.com/category/painting-a-day
painting a day http://www.lilblueboo.com/category/painting-a-day
how old is the farmhouse http://www.lilblueboo.com/2017/04/how-old-is-the-farmhouse.html
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can be found indexed here! http://www.lilblueboo.com/category/painting-a-day
painting a day http://www.lilblueboo.com/category/painting-a-day
things i found on the fontana lake bed http://www.lilblueboo.com/2017/03/things-found-fontana-lake-bed.html
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menu home about me *shop* home tour sixty one park house on hospital hill the old depot project the great smoky mountains old california home tour things i love scavenging reading creating painting rescuing chickens tutorials the weekly letter the smokies the least of these april 25, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 9 comments this morning i was driving to the farmhouse to see what the guys were working on and as i passed the baptist church i noticed a small black mound laying next to a small concrete out-building. for a second it cross my mind that maybe someone had dumped a bag of puppies….it wouldn’t be that far out there….it’s very common for people to abandon dogs at churches around here. i slowed my car down and peered out the window and a small head lifted. a scared black dog peered up at me from his tightly curled body. he didn’t look good. i could see some scarring on his head and he looked very malnourished. he has a slight limp and his neck was covered with some type of sticky substance. despite all of that he wagged his tail at me. of course he ended up at our house. we couldn’t leave him: our county has no animal control so there’s not much that can be done to help the animals in our area except for our small shelter. my friend beth is the executive director and she’s always running around at all hours of the night. when the temperatures dropped to 19 degrees she was delivering hay and blankets to dogs whose owners couldn’t be bothered to bring them inside. she rescues dogs from the river and from the dumpsters. she takes the dogs to the nursing home to visit. i don’t know how she does it. today she came right over to visit the sweet lab we found and took him with her to get checked out. i wish we could have kept him but with the chickens and happy’s medical issues it’s just not possible to foster such a big dog. we are working on fostering one of the smaller dogs that paws took in from the huge puppy mill neglect case in georgia last week. if you can spare just a few dollars today please donate to our small-rural-only-hope shelter in the mountains! i’d forever be grateful! the website is easy to find: www.pawsbrysoncity.org we’ve been working on this project now for over a year to get at least ten donations from every state so if you can donate please make sure to leave your state in the comments with “united paws of america” so we know where the donation is from. here is our map so far…the states that have colors are the ones that we’ve received at least ten from: so far we’ve raised $5,183 but we obviously still need lots of help from the middle of america (and vermont!). if you live in any of those states or know anyone who lives there could you spread the word for us? we (and the animals) would forever be grateful. the donation can be any size! i just think about happy’s cute little face every time we get a donation….she’s our elderly rescue….and without the richmond animal league she would have already been put to sleep. she brings up so much joy…i couldn’t imagine our lives without her. filed under: uncategorized a time capsule in a closet april 24, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 3 comments i can’t imagine anything more exciting than a sealed door…and one that’s been sealed for decades. a few months back my friends mike and smita were renovating their downtown motel, one of the original old motor lodges in bryson city. it’s called the relax inn now but back in the 1950s it used to be called the bryson city motor court. last year when they were renovating i went to visit and see all of their hard work. during the tour i learned that there was an old door that wouldn’t open and when i asked mike about it he said they had never opened it…because it had been painted shut since the 1960s and they couldn’t get it open. that means that door probably been sealed since these old postcards were made: of course i soon became kind of obsessed with that door…what was behind it? but then i forgot about it….until today when mike messaged me to say that they’d finally gotten the door open and asked if i wanted to come see what was behind it. yes. of course. i live for secret stuff. it turns out that there was just a small closet behind the door but it was still like a mini time capsule. here’s what we found: this isn’t motel related but i recently acquired this old 1967 calendar. a bunch of them were found in an old barn near sylva: richard barber planted his first apple orchard in 1903. by the 1930’s he had over 500 acres of apple trees. his son took over around then and it was in the barber family until 1977. the land has since been split up into different parcels and there is still a barber apple orchard where the original 1930’s fruit stand was. we stop there for apple donuts in the fall. i love that there are appointments written on the calendar from 1967…another kind of time capsule. and remember what i found in the old depot? photos, bible pages, birth announcements etc. that was the time capsule of all time capsules so far for me. if anyone wants to unseal any more sealed doors feel free to call me. i’m always available for door unsealing events. filed under: found objects if farmhouse walls could talk april 19, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 11 comments if farmhouse walls could talk …i wish they could. once i start digging i can’t stop. i’ve looked up every deed, census record, and newspaper headline from 1892 until about 1950 researching this farmhouse. it’s all about the story for me and i can’t stop until as much of the story is known as possible. even the fact that some of the deeds are handwritten is part of the house’s story….this one was written up in 1892: based off of the old deeds i was able to piece together the ownership of the farmhouse from 1892 to the present: the farmhouse property existed as two separate properties from 1892 until 1916. i am fairly certain that the house must have been built in 1911 because it goes up in value by $1,552 in less than a year. j.h. everett was a real estate investor and probably built the house: the childers family only owned it for 14 days so i just assumed that that sale fell through and lj and sue moody bought the house in 1912 for $1,737. four years later sue moody purchased the lot next door for $250 to combine the property. i thought it was interesting that the property was purchased just by sue…probably because of the bankruptcy you’ll read about below. the moody family from the census records i found out that lj moody changed occupations over time. in 1910 he listed himself as a logging foreman, then in 1920 a retail merchant, then in 1930 a farmer. his wife sue and three daughters (ages 12, 14 and 16) living in nearby whittier right next to train. i found a newspaper headline from february 1915 where lj moody filed for bankruptcy: a year later was the discharge: lewellyn “lj” and sue moody sold the sixty-one park farmhouse a little over a year after emerging from bankruptcy. they lost about $337 dollars on it, a large amount in early 1900s. they didn’t move far according to the 1920 census records…just one street over. by that time lj had become a retail grocery merchant in bryson city, and added two new son-in-laws and three boarders to the household, all working for the railroad in some capacity. sue moody died “following an extended illness” a few years after they sold the farmhouse. lj remarried a few years later, a woman 25 years younger than him. i hope things looked up from him after that. i was only able to find two photos of lj…he lived until 1961 and died when he was 93 years old. the williams family in 1917 the vascal and grace williams bought the farmhouse. through obituaries, i was able to track down their granddaughter lynn who lives in maryland. i left a message and a few days later she called me back! then she sent me a photo: here is the farmhouse today. it looks like there used to be a screen porch to the right where the kitchen is now. not much has changed except for the columns that were removed in the 1950’s and replace with wrought iron. we have the remnants of one of the half columns and it’s interesting that the column has been bored out and was once in one piece: while reading old newspapers from the area i found this regarding those columns: “a number of interesting and unusual industries have located in swain county, but probably the most unique of all is the bryson city pump works. they manufacture several side lines, such as wood pump tubing, tanners liquor logs, and miscellaneous wood trimming, but the chief product is solid bored colonial porch columns. the uniqueness lies in the fact that this is the only concern in the united states making columns from solid logs. poplar logs from all parts of western north carolina are shipped to bryson, where they are bored the entire length for lightness, strength, and to prevent splitting. next the bark is turned off by semi-automatic lathes, wood trimmers finishing trimming and shaping the shafts in hand lathes. next they are painted with white metallic paint and air-seasoned for three months, sandpapered, smoothed and given a second coat of paint before crating. mr. shank, the president of the concern has been in the business for 40 years, half of which time has been spent in bryson city, and no little amount of the city’s progress is traceable to his work. he and the men with him pride themselves in the quality of their work, and the columns are manufactured at bryson are in demand for homes over carolina and as far north as massachusetts.” -asheville citizen-times november 30, 1921 vascal’s name was found on the upstairs beadboard when we were doing demolition. they spelled his name wrong for delivery but it’s cool to see what their addition to the home was: i just love the photo of the williams family. it gives me goosebumps to think that this was taken 95 years ago. lynn told me that marian was born in 1918 and kathryn (lynn’s mother) was born in 1921 which means they were around the age of 7 and 4 in the photo. this would have been a really nice house in 1925. lynn said that her grandparents didn’t have a lot of money and were extremely frugal. i love the plants in old tins on the porch: vascal was a lineman for western union. he worked for them for 47 years. a lineman would have been responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing telegraph lines. in smaller towns a lineman might have been responsible for taking in messages and delivering them too….which i imagine vascal did because there wasn’t a western union office in bryson city until 1930. the history of western union is really fascinating….especially as the telegram fades into history. around 1900 western union had over a million miles of telegraph lines, and two lines running under the ocean. a newspaper ad from 1913: the plott family the williams family sold the house to cecil and mildred plot in 1942. cecil plott worked for southern railroad and was the station agent / telegrapher for the bryson city train depot. i found this september 1963 article in the asheville-citizen times about a train derailment that mentions mr. plott: i’ve written some about the plott family and their memories of the house here. i love this history of this old house. i still can’t believe we were able to get such a clear photo of the house from 1925. i feel like i know these families now. i’ve found so many items on the property: wallpaper, glass bottles, spoons, marbles, mason jars and more. each item makes me wonder which family left it behind: i’ll share more detailed photos of what we’ve found soon…once i get them in some sort of order! read more about sixty-one park here. filed under: sixty one park one painting a day – week 13 and 14 – bird paintings april 13, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 4 comments 2017 is flying. finishing up week 13 and 14 of my painting project means that i have already lived 98 24-hour cycles since christmas. that doesn’t seem possible. the days are going too fast and it kind of gives me a little bit of anxiety…i want time to slow down not speed up. anyway enough rambling here’s everything i painted in week 13: i’ve been a little short on canvas and paper lately so i’ve been working in my art journal. i painted these cats: this was a random watercolor doodle: jane davenport has this amazing watercolor palette for portraits but i think it’s perfect for chickens. a pretty poultry painting: an abstract watercolor landscape. i usually paint these in stages as i’m working around the house…adding bits of color here and there so it stacks up in a blotty kind of way. very un-technical: a large abstract painting on gallery canvas. i used layering and gold leaf on this one: a watercolor and ink quote: “i hope you are out there and read this and know that, yes, it’s true, i’m here, and i’m just as strange as you.” -frida kahlo a layered art journal page: for week 14 i decided to go with a theme…ink blot birds: i painted the shape of the bird in ink on one page and then blotted it onto the other page for a mirror image. this day was parakeets: day 2 was goldfinches but my ink blot was really, really messy…it was hard to recover. this goldfinch looks like oscar the grouch: ostrich day: peacocks: the dodo bird: and of course my favorite…the turkey vulture aka peace eagle: we have a lot of them around. here’s a photo i took last week ….you can barely see them in the two trees but there are seven turkey vultures sitting there. one was flying away as i took this. if i get to close they’ll leave. their wing span is incredible, almost like they are part dragon. i watched them for a while from inside before going out. foshizzle was in the yard right below them pecking away in the grass. they didn’t seem the least bit interested in bothering her. she had no idea they were up there watching but i don’t think she needs to worry about them. maybe they are protecting her. and the royal penguin: i do list some of my artwork for sale. you can find it on etsy here. all my daily paintings can be found indexed here! filed under: painting a day how old is the farmhouse april 4, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 9 comments we thought that the farmhouse was built around 1945, at least that’s when the tax records first have a record of there being a structure on the property. throughout the demolition it’s become apparent that the house is much older than 1945. the case for 1942: mr. plott, the man we talked to who grew up in the house, told us right off the bat that they had moved into the house in 1942 and they weren’t the first ones to live there. so we knew it was at least standing in 1942. the case for 1937: this is a photo of the farmhouse taken in nov 1937 when the chimney was still being used. (found via a larger photo (which you can view here) copyright western carolina university hunter library r.a. romanes collection) the case for 1917: this handwriting was found on the back of a few boards upstairs. the wood reads “vasel williams bryson, nc” labeling the shipment for the train ride. this was misspelled though because the name was actually vascal williams. i have a copy of the old property deed. vascal was married to grace williams and i haven’t been able to find much information on them. we do know that the williams family moved into the house in 1917 and must have done improvements to the upstairs at some point. all of the nails in these boards are different and much newer than the rest of the structure. the case for pre-1910: i found another photo in the wcu hunter library archives, taken in 1920 by horace kephart. i enlarged it and overlaid it on the later photos i have and the roof lines and mountain ridges line up perfectly. (view original photo here) our farmhouse is there but one of the houses on the hill above it hasn’t been built yet and that particular house was built in 1910. that means the farmhouse is at least 52 years older than we thought. i’m still determined to narrow down an exact date to the house but now i know it’s at least 107 years old. the farmhouse was built using balloon framing which means the long walls coming all the way up from the first floor to the middle of the second floor. there are also some elements of post and beam framing as well which came before balloon framing. the interesting thing is that so much of the wood doesn’t match...as if it was taken from a variety of other projects…some of the roofing and flooring pieces are painted odd colors as if they were reclaimed. many pieces look like they were cut right on the property…with tree bark still left on them, some even cut by hatchet or hand saw. the roof was redone at some point using chestnut which is also used to date houses around here. the chestnut blight in the early 1900s killed off about 4 billion trees in just a few decades and up until then most barns and houses east of the mississippi were built of chestnut, especially those in appalachia. this is a basic diagram i found for balloon framing (and a great write-up about the history of framing): (source: inquiring eye home inspections – framing) the family that lived in the house before 1917 were l.j. and sue moody. i’m still researching them. i did find an old script token with mr. moody’s name on it so maybe he was a store owner in town because i found this explanation: ingle system tokens were issued between 1909 and 1919, personalized for hundreds of businesses. the ingle system is a method of bookkeeping which allows merchants to treat customers’ credit purchases the same as cash transactions. prior to this system, businesses required credit ledgers listing each item and its price for credit purchases. ingle provided an alternative system to this time consuming bookkeeping process, where a certain amount of credit was extended by providing the debtor with tokens in the amount of credit extended. the tokens could be spent the same as cash with the issuing merchant. the merchant’s ledgers now only had to include an amount rather than a long list of items and prices. it is estimated that 75% of all ingle system tokens were used by general stores, grocers and meat markets. -from ohio metal detecting kind of cool. and i’m still trying to find out more though, and narrow down the exact date of the farmhouse. you can read more here about the sixty-one park farmhouse we are restoring with our friends! filed under: sixty one park how to create an eclectic gallery wall april 3, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 2 comments this last month as a michaels maker i had a chance to put together an eclectic gallery wall in our living room using michaels’ new farmington collection. there are endless possibilities when putting together a gallery wall. i like for mine to be pretty eclectic because i have so many interest and collections. i used different frames filled with a mix of artwork i used a shadowbox from michaels to display a collection of vintage great smoky mountains pennants: i just pinned them to a back-loading shadow box: the gold feather is from michaels but it wasn’t made to hang on the wall. that was easily remedied by using industrial glue and a frame hanger. just think of all the things you can hang on the wall using industrial glue! i don’t even know what animal those antlers are from. they came from a neighbor who knows i like random objects. the canoe sign i painted on a piece of reclaimed wood: here’s a little behind the scenes photo of how i figured out where i wanted to hang everything before i put nails in the wall. i just traced each piece onto newspaper and taped it into place: i love how the gallery wall turned out and how it changed this part of our living room completely: there are four new gallery collections that are exclusive to michaels! click here to see the farmington collection i used and the other three collections (alexandria, savannah, and catalina). these four collections make it easy to mix and match to create the perfect gallery wall! filed under: michaels makers fairy garden ideas – how to make a bonsai tree fairy garden april 3, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 2 comments need some unique fairy garden ideas for the spring? when i was little i used to make all my mother’s houseplants into little fairy gardens. i’d add little pots and pans i’d made out of tinfoil and hammocks made out of paper and string. now that i’m an adult i have a few more resources at my disposal and my fairy gardens can become more and more elaborate: i like the idea of adding a small living tree to the mix just like i used those houseplants when i was a young girl. almost any tree can be made into a bonsai…it’s just a matter of trimming it periodically to keep it small. i prefer juniper and holly varieties that can be found at any nursery. i started with this little holly bush: the first step is to remove the tree from the container and reduce the root size. i usually just take a saw or pruning shears to the bottom half of the plant taking care not to cut any super large roots off: once placed in a container i slowly shape the tree using clean pruning shears: i took off enough growth so that the holly resembled a larger tree but in miniature: to make my little house i used one of these inexpensive miniature tree houses from michaels unfinished wood section: it’s easy to cut out a door using a knife…just be careful to keep fingers and body parts out of the way! you can use a small nail file to sand the edges or regular sand paper: for this particular house i painted the entire house white. (note: i removed the string first and then filled the hole with hot glue.) when the white paint was dry i cut some circles from masking tape and covered the bottom of the house. i sprayed the top red over the circles and then removed them once the paint was dry. the finished house: michaels has so many cute fairy garden accessories right now. i picked up moss, moss covered rocks, pea gravel and tiny miniatures for my garden. first i made the little gravel walkways: i added a little picket fence and made some “staples” from floral wire to keep it in place: a little turtle on a rock: these moss covered styrofoam rocks are great because you don’t have to take care of them. they are lightweight so to keep them in place i used a hot glue gun to attach long stakes/nails to them: a few fake succulents from the floral section at michaels and a tiny gardening box: i added the little bridge over to the tree and made a tiny rope swing out of a small wood disk and twine: a small fairy garden pond and i added ducks. i made those wire staples i used for the fence to keep bunches of moss in place through the fairy garden. it just keeps everything stable and makes the garden less fragile: i mixed all colors and textures of moss and stone to add variety to the garden. the best part about this project is that you only have to water the tree! make sure to add in some small tree fertilizer once a year to keep the tree healthy. i also added battery-operated holly garland (from michaels’ fairy garden section) to the holly tree so it is visible on summer nights: disclaimer: obviously there are elements in this fairy garden that are not suitable for certain ages of kids to be around…and kids are easily drawn to cute teeny tiny things. my fairy garden includes tiny pieces and sharp objects. this fairy garden is mostly for looks and not for playing. please keep this in mind when assembling your own fairy garden…making sure to keep it age appropriate. michaels is your craft miniatures headquarters! they have everything you need to build the fairy garden of your dreams. here some other projects done by michaels makers this month: an inlinkz link-up filed under: michaels makers a dog and a chicken are best friends april 1, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 8 comments whoever thought that a dog and a chicken would become best friends? foshizzle and happy the happiest dog really seem to enjoy each other’s company. foshizzle has always been kind of a loner because she can’t quite keep up with the other chickens…and happy can’t keep up with anyone…so i think they just make the perfect match. a morning greeting: just hanging out: happy trying to invite fo into the house: enjoying the sunset before dinner: fo waiting on happy: i guess fo has been spilling the beans about their friendship at the chicken watercooler: everyone wants to be happy’s friend now: we’ve had happy for three months now and it’s like she’s always been part of the family. we were worried a few weeks back because she hurt her back leg and couldn’t walk for a few days. we carried her everywhere hoping ant inflammatory injections would help. they did! she’s much more mobile again. part of it might have had to do with the fact that she gained almost a pound after living with us for just two months. we spoiled her way too much. she’s on a high fiber diet now and is finally slimming down a little again! she’s the happiest little thing and she brings so much joy to our lives. you can read more about happy here. and more about our chickens here. filed under: chicken chronicles, chickens, happy the happiest dog one painting a day – week 11 and 12 – landscapes march 30, 2017 by ashley hackshaw 5 comments here’s everything i painted in week 11…i seem to have taken a detour into landscapes: this was just a quick watercolor sketch in my art journal: i got out my oil paints one day which is huge…usually i’m too lazy to set them all up because they take a little more thought than acrylic. this abstract landscape was painted on cradled hardboard: i love finding thrift store paintings that i can add things to. this was a landscape i found locally and added the quote: i love painting in the loose style that i did below. i will layer paint on thick and then scrape it off at certain points….never knowing quite where the painting will end up going. it’s probably my favorite way to paint landscapes. this painting was done on an old reclaimed shelf: i wasn’t sure what i was going to do this day except that i had a bunch of blank canvases and a bunch of leftover paint from another project. i just started sketching feathers and this is what i ended up with: i traveled to charlotte one weekend to see my sister and i forgot my painting supplies so i improvised and painted this abstract on an embroidery hoop: another loose landscape painting on hardboard: here’s everything i painted in week 12…with sixty-one park taking over my life this ended up being a little more random: a very messy, loose painting and i love how it turned out with this scripture: sometimes i just like to free paint…with no outcome in mind at all. i see a bunch of animals in this one. what do you see? more free painting. i see people in this one: this day i used the same random loose style on a wood feather: a few chicken doodles: some mindless watercolor doodling: a quick landscape sketch for this day: i do list some of my artwork for sale. you can find it on etsy here. all my daily paintings can be found indexed here! thanks for looking and reading and all that other good stuff! filed under: painting a day things i found on the fontana lake bed march 27, 2017 by ashley hackshaw i’ve discovered i’m more of a fair weather detectorist. i haven’t wanted to go out much with my new metal detector in the cold but thankfully it’s warmed up recently. i ventured out to one of my favorite places this time of year…the fontana lake bed. it’s almost dry this time a year because the water has been let out of the dam, just the river runs through the very bottom channel of the lake. an old road and a few bridges become visible: i like how quiet it is down there and i usually only run into one or two fisherman. they all like to ask if i’ve found anything good…like rings or coins. i usually get an odd look when i show them something i find extra exciting like a vintage gerber baby food cap or a marble. i found both of those things on the morning i went last week: i also found pottery, old pennies, an arrowhead, coal from the old railroad among other things. i could stay out there for hours and time gets away from me. my phone went off with only thirty minutes until school pickup and i realized i still had to walk a mile back and make it to school. in the middle of nowhere i found a huge metal pipe in the ground….just a few inches under. my first thought, because i’ve watched the detectorists series, was that it was probably a bomb. whatever it was i quickly abandoned it. i also found this perfect stone heart: for every neat little object i come across on the lake bed there are at least a dozen beer cans i’ve dug up first. i do plan to survey the new farmhouse soon. i started to the other day but i get kind of lazy and don’t even try to dig if my metal detector says the object is more than 6″ below the surface. i only carry a small garden shovel with me and 2 to 4 inches is my method right now. then i can go back later to the same places and look for deeper stuff when if i ever become more serious. someone recently asked why i scavenge and keep little trinkets and trash. i think i like to find things that most people would never even notice or care about and find a way to put a story to them: like the slag left behind from the railroad bed that used to run along the lake…most people think it’s just rock. i don’t know how many people even know that the railroad used to run along the lake. i learned from a fisherman who said he was a rock hound and i asked him to identify a bunch of rocks i’d found. i think slag rocks look just like a meteorites…and i’m always hoping one will be. the fisherman said he found a meteorite years ago so there’s enough hope for while. or like the marble. simply finding a tiny glass marble on a 17-mile-long lake bed is pretty amazing i think. i was digging up a beer can and there it was about four inches under the dirt. i could go on and on about every object i found. so did i find anything good? yes. a lot….but most people probably wouldn’t be impressed. i’m not really looking for treasure….just odd objects. maybe i’m more of a trash collector in a way. here’s what i found last fall while on a walk when the water level had just been reduced: if you click the photo it will open up a new window with a larger version. have you ever seen such an odd collection of things found on a lakebed? i think that’s what fascinates me the most. rubber ducky + camera lens + piece of picture frame + boot heel + so many other random objects just sends my imagination into overdrive. and then i think of all the billions or trillions of objects under lake beds and fields and wonder how so many things get lost and discarded. if i could have any superpower it would be to instantly see the path an object has taken over it’s life…i get goosebumps just thinking about it. more found object collections can be found here. more about the lake bed here. filed under: found objects 1 2 3 … 184 next page » disclosure: i use amazon affiliate links to help pay for the costs of this website. any and all posts on this site may contain affiliate links. thank you! sponsors     archive archive select month april 2017 (8) march 2017 (10) february 2017 (9) january 2017 (10) december 2016 (13) november 2016 (15) october 2016 (8) september 2016 (12) august 2016 (9) july 2016 (9) june 2016 (13) may 2016 (8) april 2016 (16) march 2016 (7) february 2016 (8) january 2016 (12) december 2015 (14) november 2015 (11) october 2015 (9) september 2015 (20) august 2015 (19) july 2015 (15) june 2015 (14) may 2015 (14) april 2015 (12) march 2015 (12) february 2015 (12) january 2015 (10) december 2014 (13) november 2014 (11) october 2014 (16) september 2014 (14) august 2014 (17) july 2014 (11) june 2014 (13) may 2014 (6) april 2014 (9) march 2014 (14) february 2014 (11) january 2014 (31) december 2013 (8) november 2013 (13) october 2013 (15) september 2013 (15) august 2013 (17) july 2013 (23) june 2013 (30) may 2013 (21) april 2013 (22) march 2013 (29) february 2013 (31) january 2013 (31) december 2012 (23) november 2012 (28) october 2012 (49) september 2012 (48) august 2012 (39) july 2012 (38) june 2012 (47) may 2012 (31) april 2012 (20) march 2012 (27) february 2012 (29) january 2012 (29) december 2011 (31) november 2011 (32) october 2011 (28) september 2011 (48) august 2011 (30) july 2011 (34) june 2011 (27) may 2011 (26) april 2011 (17) march 2011 (9) february 2011 (14) january 2011 (14) december 2010 (16) november 2010 (19) october 2010 (21) september 2010 (13) august 2010 (16) july 2010 (13) june 2010 (12) may 2010 (9) april 2010 (9) march 2010 (14) february 2010 (12) january 2010 (14) december 2009 (24) november 2009 (21) october 2009 (18) september 2009 (23) august 2009 (30) july 2009 (22) june 2009 (14) may 2009 (19) april 2009 (25) march 2009 (5) return to top copyright lil blue boo © 2017 | inmotion hosting for lil blue boo subscribe


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