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Discussion in 'Photos' started by nanohiccup, Jul 5, 2010.
Bushplane Museum, Sault St. Marie, Ontario, Canada.
Old grist mill at Fredricktown Calcutta, Ohio
I know that big Indian. Getting down towards my neck of the woods.
is that a semi-subtle butt pirate joke?
very nice country you have in your neck of the woods .
Yes, it gave me a little chuckle . The whole Bussiness model is a play on words. Got me to stop in after passing by for years .
Sorry I missed you. You were really close by when you took the post office pic.
There is a similar statue in Freeport Maine. The locals call it the”BFI” (big f** Indian).
A local crocery store with cafeteria that also offers bed and breakfast accomodation. Guestrooms are in an old railroad sleeper car. This is indeed the location of a former railroad station, but it was closed in 1954, and there hasn't been any trains here ever since. The actual railroad wagon that is now accomodation for travellers was hauled here by road a couple of years ago.
Svensbyn, Sillerud, Årjäng, Värmland, Sweden.
@1oldsickle it looks like you only scratched the surface in Casey. I was wondering what I was going to do on my vacation. Now I think I know.
Don’t forget a trip to moonshine for a moon burger
Lopez Pa is an explosive town.
Hopefully theu are still open. Found this on wiki.
Moonshine is not a census-designated place, but is locally described as "a wide spot in the road" with a population of 2. As of 2015, Moonshine has only one resident, a widow.
Yes they are open and busy . Went there yesterday. You need to get there early or plan on waiting in line.
Antique Store in north Florida
Delta Junction. End of the Alcan.
The Mother ship