Roads No Longer Traveled

Spent two hours trying to get a video of Eden put together… but, it didn’t work out, for some reason the photos show up but don’t play in the slideshow… so… pooh.

I alternated frustration with the computer with cleaning up my yard and mowing the leaves and grass… until I broke my lawnmower…

Yeah.  Doesn’t really sound like a successful day, does it?

But there were gorgeous leaves… and a sky show of storm clouds… and I repositioned the 100+ year old clock in my bedroom as I was cleaning, and it’s happily tick-tocking away in there still!  So… good and bad… and I’ll just share some more sheepwagon pics because I can…

closed doorYesterday’s pic showed the door blown open, and I decided to shut it.  A faded green appeared on the weathered wood…

closeupFrom the front door to the rear bed with drawers and pull out table top…

bedThe old stove still lingers… rusting…

stoveFrom the back window through the front door… a cow grazes…

backRoads no longer traveled…

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Roads No Longer Traveled — 8 Comments

  1. Ginger is right. My friend LaVonne Stucky, who has one of my pups, has a small, diverse farm, and has two of these that are available as a bed and breakfast stop. You can see pictures of how she has renovated them at SerenitySheepFarmStay.com

  2. This dwelling fits perfectly with “Tiny House Nation”!!
    And I ditto everyone else’s comments. This is a true treasure.

  3. I see pics like these and imagine the people who saw this land and vast openness it offered when they first arrived, as they traveled with minimal luxuries. I bet there is many treasures and bodies buried out in this open land!

  4. Sad, stranded out there and left. But so nice that it is still there to be seen by us so many years later, thanks to you, Carol!

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