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Groundskeeper’s shack has the mange

Well, this looks pretty bad, doesn’t it?

As I was stomping my way through dead grass to get over to this shack, I saw a dun-colored tuft of something stuck in the weeds, and I though it was a piece of some kind of animal fur. Of course it wasn’t that at all – it was a piece of insulation that had escaped from the building.

My wilderness skills remain strong.

at the abandoned golf course
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.8.2019

Welcome, worn thin

Sure, I just invited myself in to explore the abandoned golf course. But in my defense, I was still able to read the word “welcome” on that sign, which I think probably puts me on pretty solid legal ground.

Also, I’m not a lawyer, which you could already figure out.

at the abandoned golf course
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.8.2019

19th hole, last call

Nothing left at the bar, unfortunately. Even the computer is pissed off.

at the abandoned golf course
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.8.2019

Reasons to skip brunch

I don’t mind a nice brunch. Not one bit.

But this looks decidedly less than appetizing. Unless you think dust and a random tumbleweed are delicious.

at the abandoned golf course
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.8.2019

Ghosts’ Dinner

If you thought yesterday’s reflections were something, check out what’s going on here. Even the reflections have reflections, and it adds up to an almost ghostly dining room.

at the abandoned golf course
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.8.2019

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