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Thursday, May 7, 2020

Old cabin


This was taken in 2009...I wonder if anything remains.


25 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

I wonder, too!

Steve in Japan said...

It has seen its better days. Not much left by now.

Dee said...

A little bit of paint and a few roof shingles and it will be as good as new.

Hill Top Post said...

It really is a delightful little place. I am sure someone was once so proud of this cozy little house.

CheerfulMonk said...

Oh! Poor baby! I love the picture of it nestled in the trees.

Nancy Chan said...

The old barn looks beyond repair and would have collapsed. Have a blessed weekend.

Bill said...

He's seen better days... But he has a lot of tales to tell if we could just listen.

Ann said...

By the way that roof looks I wouldn't say it's chances were very good. I like the photo though.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

It certainly needs a bit of work doing on it!

Stevenson Q said...

Now this is an example of how something worn out and tattered can look extra beautiful! I love this one Rose! Now I wonder, is it still there..

Hootin' Anni said...

This is a perfect subject for black/white image!!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
...possibly not, if not claimed since! Makes a great image - but also brings a tinge of sadness... YAM xx

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

Cool cabin and a great B&W photo! Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

Beyda'nın Kitaplığı said...

Gizemli ve yaşlı ev:)

Sandra said...

i wish i could own it and preserve it. i love these old buildings

ushasurya said...

Gosh!!! Looks pathetic and sad!!! Hope it is still there wearing new clothes:))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
Devi :)

Ruthie said...

I love seeing this old, weathered places. Perfect in B&W

Lowcarb team member said...

I'd like to think it does … but I have my doubts.

All the best Jan

Ruth Hiebert said...

Looks like it is barely holding on in this picture.

Kodak said...

It was someone's little cozy home but they are long gone. Nice B&W.

harry said...

Love this old shack, and it is perfect in black and white.

When I was a kid living in Chicago we would take Rte 66 south to visit my grandparents. Your recent explanation of strip pits reminded me that along the flat farm fields we used to pass these mounds of "dirt" next to small "lakes." I couldn't remember where - I was thinking somewhere near Pontiac. So I looked at a map, and there is Coal City right where we would pass. So thanks for the memory jog. Clinton looks quite a bit further south, but perhaps the geology is similar.

happyone said...

After 11 years probably not. Neat picture though.

At Home In New Zealand said...

My mother used to love to paint pictures of places like that :)

ElaineH said...

It is amazing to think that it was someone's house at one time. It would be interesting to see what is left of it.

Laurel Wood said...

That sure would be cute if anyone could fix it up. That would be about the right size for me.

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