I bet the inside is beautiful (and I bet there is a dishwasher too )
You can tell it is farm country here when you go to eat lunch or dinner at the Pig Pen huh?
This was the post office many years ago...if only walls could talk
And of course there was a hardware store...That Westinghouse sign must have been very durable...it even made it through a hurricane
I am a lover of all things Primitive and this sign did make me chuckle.I never stayed at a PRIMITIVE campground
But something to be said about spending time with Family at the lake on a warm and sunny afternoon
No Groceries sold here any more but there was when my husband was a teen ager...would love to see what is still inside there too.
There are some small Post Offices left in town..This is where we get our mail from that we have sent to our P O Box..butmail is stilled hand stamped...no machines like we are used to in the bigger towns now
It was a nice ride and of course we took the family (Bianca..Annie..Maggie and Calli) and they had fun barking at dogs everywhere and Maggie just has to put her head between us and look out the front window of the car..she is a lot like a human except humans don't drool on me when putting their head next to mine.
When we went to the national Park there was a little building you had to pull up to and there was a policeman..He asked if we were going to use the facilties and we said "No..Just going for a ride"
He gave us a pass so we could just ride through and of course he got a big howdy from all 4 dogs..He really did remind me of Ranger Rick.
It is always interesting to take a ride and see all the REALLY OLD buildings..and they will probably be there for another 50 years or until they fall down...No high rise buildings or million dollar homes going on any of this farm country...just a lot of memories no matter what shape they are in.