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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
Nah, there's a hill right behind that bike.
An old house by a new fence...
That's actually true. It's just such a wide hill that you can't tell this photo's looking uphill. If you go down that road for 20 minutes you can see the rocky mountains rising over Denver.
Storm Lake, Iowa
Big city in western Oklahoma
Picked this one up yesterday to use as a tag on a different forum. Est. 1872...
Ah, I see it now.
Old Abandoned farm house north west of Billings, Montana
And what's left of the out house.
Here's one I posted in another thread, built in the 1840s:
There's a Ram's Head Tavern here at Savage Mill, the earliest part of which was built in in the 1810s to 1820s, old by U.S. standards:
The place to be in the 1930's. This was a pinnacle stop for the rich and famous to dip in the mineral water and rejuvenate. The water was reputed to help with depression type afflictions AND did. Then a scientist in the '40's issued a report in the New England Journal of Medicine stating nothing was to be derived except hydration.
Modern testing revealed high lithium (depression medicine) content, but by then it was far to late.
Old two-story, brick farm house located just west of town...