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And how did you find this, Mr. Sharpeyes! Splendid! Wish I were there! L&F for sure!

Birds to St. Francis: "Looks like you could use a swim--it's pretty hot today!"

The salmon seems a touch too real for comfortable lilyponding, but I suppose "nature red in tooth and claw," eh? "What long arms you have, Mr. Bear!"--reaching for a new shade of nail polish, no doubt . . . .

These chickens look like they're up to no good. Are they going around turning children and puppies to stone or at least ceramic? And why is there a comma after "Caroline"? It is good that you recorded the endangered Willow Oaks Day Lily & Christmas Tree Farm before it was too late! L&F!

I'm glad you like it, r.w. It is an 1868 forerunner of the Rosenwald Schools which were built in Coinjock in 1919 and in Moyock in 1922. This school was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

It certainly caught my attention!

Yes you must always scroll down. But often if, as we see in this building, there is a clearly fresh-painted "photo op structure" facing a main-traveled road, I do make the assumption that thousands of others have photographed it before me, and so I try not to exercise my usual encyclopedic approach to the subject matter.

Looks like an intentional copy of the Jarvisburg Colored School Google just down the highway, to be exact. This church is definitely what you and I would call "new built," and was I think originally intended to be an antiques store. But see how clever you are?

So it was you who gave it the "L+F"? Thanks, r.w.!

One of my favorites, too!

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