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Monday, September 12, 2016

Pioneer Road

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Ashlyn and I ran to the grocery store yesterday and it was such a nice day out so we drove around a little. I had wanted to take this little road to see if the old house I showed you HERE was still standing. It wasn't. No sign of it anywhere.

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14 comments:

  1. Sad that the house is gone. But those hay bales would make a great place for senior pictures. I've forgot my battery too, I thought I was the only one getting old, lol.

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  2. Crazy that the bit of history of the people who lived there is just gone now.

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  3. I love that picture of before with the vultures. Just thinking that one time people really loved that home and took care of it, now just gone, makes me think..
    We were close to your neck of the woods this past week end as we were traveling to Ballard West Virginia. I like Roanoke Virginia and will have to get there again soon for another look around.
    betsy

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  4. Was just reading comments from your post about the o!d house. If it was a 'drug house' it was probably becoming too much bother for the police to keep checking it. Shame in a way, was probably lovely when first built.

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  5. Was just reading comments from your post about the o!d house. If it was a 'drug house' it was probably becoming too much bother for the police to keep checking it. Shame in a way, was probably lovely when first built.

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  6. What is at the end of this path anyway? A main road? A little bit of wild jungle in the city. Wonder what critters are in there?

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  7. Pioneer road for one with an explorer's spirit. :-)

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  8. Beautiful peaceful rustic road. Believe it or not, when we lived on the north side of Dallas in the early 1970s we could ride on several roads like this. Bobwhite quail ran across the road with their chicks, and warblers sang in the trees. Now everything has been paved over for miles and miles to the north.

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  9. Gorgeous country! Love the round bales!

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  10. How pretty to find places like this near where you live!

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