What could have possibly happened here?
I see broken windows, peeling paint
and no sign of life from inside.
Today was not the only time I have sat on the side of the road,
staring....wishing it could speak out to me, with answers.
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Yes, there is a fence in the photo.
But, I think the photo is more about
the abandoned home.
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that first photo is picture puzzle perfection. just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thanks....I appreciate your hosting of Good Fences each week !Delete
What a great old farm house! Love the round bales!ReplyDelete
I'm thinking too nice to be empty...Delete
A very nice country scene even with a lonely, deserted house. We might be surprised if the walls could talk as to what happened.ReplyDelete
I've listened...but, no clue.Delete
Meggie, lovely to see your photos and read your thougts, can really see you sitting there and wondering... Are there many farms like that, distance-farmed? Must have been a wonderful place!ReplyDelete
No, property is very prime here. I just can't imagine walking away from something like this. But, as we both know, it takes a lot of work to renovate. Both of us have had our share of renovations.Delete
Oh I'd be sorely tempted to climb the fence and go for a look around! Its a great old place! Love your photo of it!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Christine....I've wondered if the property tax office could give me a hint.Delete
So sad....just crying out for someone to have a happy home thereReplyDelete
That's exactly how I feel about it.Delete
How strange since there seems to be someone who had to have baled that hay.ReplyDelete
Lots of times people build a larger home somewhere near property like this. The house looks to have been a nice one in it's day.
Hello Ida....and maybe it was left to some children who wanted no part of it.Delete
I would so have to peek in the windows and imagine how they lived.ReplyDelete
First, I would be afraid of trespassing and then there is the threat of snakes this time of year. The windows are very dark...empty looking!Delete
Lovely photo, and I too would love to hop over the fence and go see whats inside. But I suppose you just have to keep imagining whats inside since it is fenced off. I live in busy San Francisco, we used to have many empty spaces with no one living in houses but not any more no more empty lots either.. Thanks for visiting me and joining me. Have a lovely weekend with love JaniceReplyDelete
It makes you wonder what happened to the family that left this home to deteriorate. Love your photos, even though it's fenceless! XOXOReplyDelete
Every old home has a story...that is what I first thought when I saw the photo:)ReplyDelete