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Discussion in 'Photos' started by RiotPat, Mar 21, 2011.
Locust Grove, Oklahoma.
I could not have picked a better spot to pull over for help after the rear wheel bearing gave up the ghost. He heard my prayers and directed me to the house on the hill behind the church.
Back woods on Push Mt., Arkansas.
It was open
Pictures on the wall
In the back center of the pic you'll see a very large cross. I live in St. Augustine, FL. The "oldest continuously occupied city" in America. This cross is a reference to where Christianity comes to North America. Just over my right mirror is the Castillo de San Marcos. Just past that is a tourist trap
Near Smithville, OK
Olin Baptist Church...
OLIN, TEXAS. Olin is located ten miles south of Hico at the intersection of U.S. Highway 281 and Farm Road 219 twelve miles north of Hamilton, the county seat, in northern Hamilton County. Olin was established about 1890. The community was served by a post office from 1898 to 1908, when the mail was ordered to Hico. Louis D. Gordon ran the first post office in his barbershop. Olin kept horses for the Hamilton-Hico mail and passenger hack. Between 1900 and 1910 Olin had a telephone exchange, a store, a cotton gin, two churches, and a school. When the school burned in the fall of 1938 it was never rebuilt. Students were bused to Hamilton, Carlton, or Hico. The population in 1950 was forty, and in 1954 Olin had two businesses and one church. In 1965 the community had no businesses and a population of forty. By 1970 the population was twelve. In the late 1980s Olin had a church and one business, and in 1990 the population was twelve. The population remained the same in 2000.
Battin Chapel, Ogden, Iowa. Built in 1887.
One of my favorite Detroit churches
Somewhere in France, last weekend
San Esteban de Ribas de Síl (Spain)
St.Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney.