Back Porch on Burritt Mountain, Huntsville, Alabama

From the back porch of one of the restored nineteenth-century houses at Burritt on the Mountain. You can see the post office to the left of the porch and a chicken coop out back. Real chickens too.


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Updated: 07/07/2014


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