Monday, October 14, 2013


A Few Pics Of The Double Log Corn Crib ...

down at the farm in East TX. The Corn Cribs were built almost 100 years ago of hand hewn Pine Logs, split, notched and stacked on top of one another. The cribs were each about eight feet square and about six feet tall. They had gaps between the logs to allow for plenty of air to circulate and keep the corn dry.  My father in law dismantled this from behind the family farmhouse and reassembled the two corn cribs on his farm about twenty five years ago. He put a new roof over the cribs to protect them from the weather. It was a labor of love. 

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