Laneway to the Past

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Comments (8)

Frank Knaap on September 18, 2008

So now a ghost factory - I love those places. A place with a story.....well done Matilyn.

Cheers, Frank.

Pepe Triton on September 20, 2008

Have come back my children! Sorry Marilyn, I'll continue with this wonderful trip tomorrow. Greetings, Pepe.

Marilyn Whiteley on September 21, 2008

Thank you, Frank and Pepe. I still want to get brave enough to go farther in to the "ghost factory"! Greetings, Marilyn

MaryAlice on September 22, 2008

Fantastic! It is truly abandoned? Oh, how I wish I was close by to go exploring with you! I'd have you up in that silo right away!

What a rich and exciting place.


Mary Alice

Marilyn Whiteley on September 22, 2008

Hi, Mary Alyce. This is the same barn I have in a winter photo that I'm sure you saw. I have a link to that one in my first comment on another I took on the same day I got this. The barn, silo, and farmyard are certainly deserted! I don't know why this laneway isn't more overgrown. Just possibly it's used for access to some other field--maybe the one beyond the barn in the other picture.

Now if only you were here, we'd go explore this together! I haven't gone in farther than where I took this picture.

Thanks for your visit. I hope you had a nice weekend. The weather here is wonderful, too!


MaryAlice on September 22, 2008

If I am ever lucky enough to visit Ontario and you, this is one of the very first places we will go! =)

Incidentally, I revisited the snowy shot of this one, and enjoyed it again so very much.

Good evening to you,

Mary Alice

Keith P. Luke on October 6, 2008


Marilyn Whiteley on October 8, 2008

Thanks, Keith, for your visit and all your comments.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 17, 2008
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    by Marilyn Whiteley
    • Taken on 2008/09/17 10:31:56
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