Remember when "tin cans" had to be opened with the pointy side of a "church key" opener? There were a lot of those punched, rusty cans around, although difficult to pick out from the leaf litter. But take your time and you start seeing other things. Once I found an old automobile horn (the kind that was outside the window and had a bulb at the end to squeeze for a honk), and down in the earth, a bottle that had once held some yucky "black draught" medicine. Tiny bits of the history of Spartanburg County.
|Front grill of old truck|
|Old tin cans with Cranefly Orchid leaf|