Another random photo for the evening–
I took this picture of the historic Vaughn-Webb house in Reliance, Tennessee back in the early winter of 2014. Built in the 1880s, this house was owned by the Vaughn family, who grew corn and hay, raised hogs, mules and cattle, and cut timber. They also owned a gristmill. You can actually see the stones from the mill at the Webb Brothers’ Store.
Despite its somber appearance, I’ve been told that someone is still living there, that someone being a member of the prominent Webb family. It appears to me that it “wears” its original paint and it is most likely the intention of the family to keep it that way. All of the historic structures in Reliance are treated in this way, leaving one to believe that they have been transported back in time.