|garden outside the kitchen|
|typewriter on the front screened porch|
|peeking through a high and tiny closet window|
|workshop in the barn|
We visited the home of author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings in Cross Creek.
She is best known for her novel The Yearling about a boy who adopts
an orphaned fawn and for which she won the Pulitzer Prize in 1939.
Unfortunately the home was not open for tours
so I had to peek my camera up against window screens!
I like to think the area hasn't changed too much since she lived there.
A few more homes and the paving of the road perhaps,
but it's still considered rural Florida and for that I love it.