Where's my lunch?
You captured the mystery of the place.
Oh, thank you, Messymimi.
On a cold morning like today, I'm glad I don't have to use one of those (that is, if that IS what I think it is....)Great picture, though!
Yup, it is. And a two-seater to boot.
Relics like that are amazing for me. I took a good look at your photo.
Thank you, Red.
I can't imagine why I love moss on a roof so much, when I hate to see things fall apart. I want to look around to find traces of the house it belonged to.Mary Anne in Kentucky
I remember those well. It brings back fond memories.
Not forgotten as long as you're here remembering and sharing.There's a two-seater up at Frank's family cottage. There is also indoor plumbing but when there are a lot of people staying throughout the summer, the outhouse still gets a good workout.
As well it should, Hilary.
Solarity, if it helps the house is still standing. Redbush, distance lends a fondness, doesn't it?
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