Where's my lunch?
Small towns are also sometimes dead or dying...just saying.
I much prefer small towns than in the big cities. It's peaceful and quiet. The neighbors know each other and they kept a bond. It's a great place for families to live.
Used to think i couldn't live in a small town. Now i know, if it is living and thriving, not dying, i could.
And under the surface, it can be a regular pot boiler of a Peyton Place! I prefer small towns, too... or, better yet, small ranches! :)
Tabor, they are what we make them.MBC, they can know too much.Messymimi, it's all how we look at things. Bag Lady, I suspect most of them are. Small town secrets are the best.
Sad to see a town go into decay but also interesting to see old buildings remain. Last time I was in Walburg was 1958.
The old buildings fascinate me, Red. They have such character. Does it look like it changed much?
One thing about small towns, they don't go about tearing down buildings willy-nilly. It's what lends such character to them. Great shot.
That's it, Reb. Thanks.
I dunno. Looks like a long way from Starbucks :-).
A hell of a long way, Ron.
I'm a city gal myself but love to drive through small towns and wonder what life would be like there. Such a great picture, looks like a perfect setting for a movie or a great novel or short story. What lurks beneath the quiet?
Thanks, Crabby. As a farm girl raised near a very small town I can guess what's under the calm.
I love them too--always great photo opportunities!
It sure looks as if you could have snapped that a few decades back.. at least.
Bossy Betty, I consider them a treasure.Hilary, oh yeah.
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