They start warning you long before you reach the Boxley Valley that the roads are very crooked and steep. If you have a tendency to get car sick, take your meds BEFORE you come! It's worth it though, the scenery is breathtaking!
Sharp curves to the left...
Tight turnbacks to the right...
...and then you begin to see things you haven't seen for awhile!
It's just the beginning, you are in for a treat... there are treasures behind these doors!
In the fall when Bikes, Blues and BBQ motorcycles roar down Highway 21 into Kingston, Mr. Little loves to tell them that this odd contraption will "keep the June bugs out of their ladies eyes!" In reality, it's a set of vintage bull blinders, used to control a mean bull from getting a good bead on a person!
In perfect condition, an old Victrola!
Something to keep the cabin warm!
Don't you wish this old trunk could talk?
Wheels from an old wagon
I have this at the farm...
We guess this was an old meat slicer?
From antique to retro, they have it all! I bet my old lunchbox is over at Mom's, it had monkeys on the side!
Even the building itself was historic, this part used to be the old post office for Kingston!
If Mike and Frank on American Pickers hear about this place, there won't be anything left for us.
Old irons like Grandma had to use, can you say "drudgery?'
Everything you can imagine is in here, even arrowheads and Indian stones from a nearby cave!
If you stay awhile, you'll learn some very interesting facts about Kingston. Things that you wouldn't expect in a town of only 373!
Thanks Janet for sharing some of the charm that is only around for people that travel the
Backroads of America!