The afternoon, winter light in Sugar Hollow creates an ethereal-ness that urges me outside with my camera. This barn is on the property next to our land. The second and third photos are taken inside the barn - with hints of how life was when the farm was active. The second photo from the bottom is a foundation of old barracks. German POW's from WWII lived in these barracks and picked peaches and apples during their imprisonment. It was also a Civilian Conservation Corps Camp.
There's a terrific article about the land and the camp here. Page 5.