And old Mason canning jar and an old cream bottle from back when the town folks bought their cream from a dairy. We always had fresh from the cow milk and cream when I was a little bitty girl. My grandpa had a cow for milking and my grandma would milk her every morning and evening. If I think real hard, I can almost remember how good a bowl of hot, crumbled cornbread covered with cold, home churned buttermilk tasted back then.
James's collection of old crocks, jugs, and churns. The gray jug was found when they were excavating the site of an old liquor store over in Helena back a few years ago. They found dozens of the old jugs, some still had liquor in them. Jerri found and gave James the brown jug. It looks to have been handmade many, many years ago.
Various old things that James has dragged home over the past year. Old bottles, an old flat iron, even some old rocks used as tools by the Indians that used to live in this area many, many, moons ago.
Thanks for choosing our topic this time Miz Donna! Ya'll can go over to the photo challenge blog to have a look at lots of other challenge photos. I always have so much fun taking photos for these challenges and I'm so happy that others do too!