Ha ha, I think I've seen him (unless of course there's more than one). Is he the one with no tail? I saw him right around that area. Cute.
my spelling is bad
flash99, you sound/read like an idiot. No one cares where you are from. I'd be ashamed to admit I was from Berkeley anyway. I may be lesser of a person, somehow, for even reading or commenting on your post.
Dawn Manor on Lake Delton.
Vacant Meat Packing Bldg.---Former Reelfoot Packing Company, one of a chain of meat packing plants located in Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama and Florida--Brand name was " REELFOOT "--Chain was owned by the Lorentz Neuhoff family of Roanoke, VA--Structure still standing in Union City on this comment entry date of January 19, 2009 on eve of inauguration of Barack Obama as first Afro-American president. First General Manager of Reelfoot Packing Co was Carter Holbrook long time close associate of the Neuhoff family from Roanoke and Salem Virginia.
I've got a great shot of the LS-18 stack that is waiting on review. It will go great with this picture.
Nice shot! I like how you have pictures all up and down this road!
When was this picture taken? Because it looks cheap for the 2006 or 2007 gas prices, where it was like $3 something a gallon in my area.
Actually, Thule is a brand, not a Church. This is the place of business for Beaver Brook Outfitters.
As it says on their web site: The church of St. Charles Borromeo was erected in 1875 to provide a home church for the swelling ranks of French and Irish immigrants who had moved here to work in the tanneries, lumber camps, and mines. The building served in this capacity into the mid-1970s, when dwindling populations and increased costs made maintaining the building difficult; and as better roads and transportation made nearby larger churches a feasible alternative for the local parishioners.