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Grant Groberg is a photographer based out of a Canon DSLR, a few lenses, and a camera bag. He can frequently be found balanced precariously on top of a ladder while seeking new perspectives. Prints of these images and others are available at YouTube Page: Music compositions can be heard at

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Imagine living here! Likely looked good if you wet, cold, hungry and needed a shelter.
Outstanding picture (like1+fav1)

Like 1. The stories this home might tell. The joys, trials, pain and happiness, I'll bet the good times are remembered most.
Super picture A.H.

A great photo with a hilarious name! Thank you.

Lived in the Little Rock area for 36 years, and never ate here, though I heard lots of good things about it. I remember hearing about this place from as early as the early 70s. Is it still in business? Doesn't look like it.

Excellent image and nice view, ...liked , greetings, Ahmet

Great Capture! Greetings and Best Wishes from Two Harbors, Minnesota.... Rich

la verdad que sí

The interesting thins is that these are made by the same company that made the Meter Box covers in the French Quarter in new Orleans. The main difference is that in New orleans the grachic is smaller because it says "Sewerage & Water Board Crescent Box New Orleans, LA." and the New Orleans covers have a keyhole to make them easier to liftto read the meter. I suppose that another major difference is that nobody steals the covers in Waynesvile, NC. In the French Quarter you have to keep one eye on the ground. Not only to avoid the pink vomit that is the result of a partier's over-indulgence of hurricanes but because holes will appear from one day to the next when someone decides to take home a souvenir.

I came across a whole hillside of these oaks growing alongside a remote road close to the Wyoming/Montana border. None of them were taller than about 12 feet. Many of them had the appearance of being rather old.

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