Thursday, October 13, 2011


This is the Captain Ray House that was on the Carrollton tour.This home was built in the 1800's and was featured in the film The Reivers,starring Steve McQueen.
Look what the present owner found in the attic. She took them to the state college and had them dated to the 1800's. They are in remarkable shape.People must have been a lot smaller then, this jacket is tiny. The shoes are all worn down in the same place on all of them, proving they were all worn by the same owner.
She also found the old porch post in the attic. I think it is such a clever way to display them.Lovely flower arrangement made by the local garden club. I love arrangements like these made with lots of greenery gathered from the garden.Lovely display in the dining room, with old family photographs and a collection of blue and white on the wall. The lady that owns this home also has a cute little cafe in town that I will share with you later-it has a catchy name too! Joining for Shadow Shot Sunday.


T.@WhatWeKeep said...

Hi there!
Stopping over to congratulate you on your Versatile Blogger Award from Melissa. You look like loads of fun and inspiration!
I hope you'll visit me, too- I have a giveaway ending tomorrow evening.
I'm following : )


Kelly said...

What a treasure trove! I love the shoes and jacket found in the attic!

Sharing Shadymont said...

Great old house! Love those old shoes!

Thanks for your visit. Have a great weekend.

Richard Cottrell said...

I am so glad you are taking all of us on this tour. i for one am very greatfull to get the chance to go along. Thanks, Richard from My Old Historic House.

Entertaining Women said...

Love this. We have Nana's high top leather boots from the turn of the century...including some white pearlized ones. Thank you for taking us with you on the tour. Cherry Kay

♥ Miss Tea said...

what a beautiful old house! i love all the display and the flower arrangement, beautiful! thanks for the virtual tour!


Renee said...

What an interesting place. I love to visit places like that. And what great finds in the attic.

Jonell said...

Well I NEVER...wish I had thought of that thank you for sharing this with us!! I appreciate your stopping by and leaving a comment..makes me feel like someone is reading my I know many people do..they just don't comment.

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous captures!

Our shadow, have a blessed Sunday!

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

What a great old house. I love all the neat displays too.

LV said...

Enjoyed strolling along with you through this historical place.

Theresa said...

Good Morning Sunshine,

I like the shoes and I know what you mean about people being smaller, I don't think I could fit my big toe in those. lol. And the post they're sitting on, LOVE IT!

Thanks for sharing,

Marigene said...

How neat to be able to tour these houses that were in the movie.