Monthly Archives: January 2010

Octagonal Barns

The nostalgia of America very much lies the the heart of the country.  Octagonal barns became popular in the 1850s in the great plains where the shape allowed the winds to roll around the structure better than a tobacco barn, … Continue reading

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A little restaurant on the edge of the ocean and the black sand.  Also includes one of the best Coca-Cola ads around.  Are they in the States? Photo by Leah Beckett

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People love the cities, people love the sea…I haven’t seen the ocean in so long.  Both places tend to have small, comfortable apartments, homes, even houseboats that people really cherish.  Although I’ve never lived in either locale, I feel like … Continue reading

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Little cabins from Sunrise Resort on a summer trip.  The state, which is broke, bought the property early last year.  In the little research I’ve done, the articles are from January 3, 2009.  The 143-acre campground is reminiscent of the … Continue reading

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Break Down Magic

Once again, these are from Johnsonville Rd.  Clearly, all of these are falling down, and I honestly hope that someone (hopefully me) will be able to fix them up and let the buildings have what they deserve – restructuring & … Continue reading

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Going to the chapel and we’re…

Just remember, trespassing is not allowed!  An old chapel and schoolhouse on a segment of the 64 acres in the famed Johnsonville. Photos by Leah Beckett

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Beach Bummin’ the way it should be done…

Once again, less is s’more! How fun would it be to have a bonfire on that beach? The home owners have their priorities straight, owning a tiny house with expansive ocean views- having a smaller house means less things and … Continue reading

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