A companion to the creek house is another utilitarian
construction-the crib house-used for storing corn for the livestock. The
crib house was constructed on stilts to deter the rodents and so designed that
the wagons could be driven in under the cover and out of the elements for
unloading. In this painting is a fox squirrel, perched on the rail, ready
to scurry to his bed in the tree behind the shed.
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