Posted by Melinda Green Harvey
It’s not unusual to see left-behind satellite dishes on abandoned farmhouses. Porch pianos, though, are a rare find.
Lynn County, Texas
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At some point, someone decided that some rough stucco would be a better exterior for the house than the original narrow wood siding. It’s sort of like a heavy overcoat on top of a fancy dress.
Terry County, Texas
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Rural life on the High Plains is rough. And sometimes scratchy.
Obviously, the 2019 completion date wasn’t met, and 2020’s not looking all that likely.
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
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The demolition process continues, even without human intervention, at the mirror-image motel rooms.
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