As usual, you have captured the epitome of rural America. When I was growing up my Dad often worked as a salesman. He took me with him through this area and others. As we drove. he kept a running commentary about the works of the brickyards, the farms, the logging operations, the cane mills, the home industries, etc. As I view your photographs, my mind goes back to "is the kiln now wood or gas heated ?", "Thank God someone is keeping the art going!" and "wonder what that building is for?" The touches of humanity are there which bring more questions and remarks. THANK YOU!