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Little Mack Truck

 

Yesterday when John, Jerry and I went on a little photo tour of the area John led us to this old truck for our first stop.

This is one of the smaller Mack Trucks that I have seen and indeed it has seen better days.

We were guessing late ’40s, early ’50s for vintage.

Nowadays Mack Trucks are big and shiny and powerful.

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Shed and Meadow

Old shed almost hidden by summer meadow growth. Meadow and Shed

Forgotten by time?

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Chisolm Building

Old building in Alderdale.

White Building

Looks like new windows have been installed so I guess somebody cares.

 

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Post and Flowers

Pink Flowers

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June 7, 2015 · 8:20 AM

Ready To Go

This elderly waterfront tree is ready and willing to experience another summer.

Tree Waterfront

The green of the new leaves is evidence of its enthusiasm.

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Out of Sight

Can’t see much through the windshield of this old truck.

Out of Sight

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Old and Forgotten

There is history behind this Northlander Engine.

Northlander Engine

It has become old and forgotten. Does any of it matter?

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Barn

This afternoon was a perfect afternoon. Bright sun, crisp air and no wind.

February Barn

A classic winter day to photograph an old barn.

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Old Mountain Town

Books have been published. Articles written. This place is worth the trip.

Machu Picchu Site

This photograph has been made a million times by others.

To resist making one for myself was futile!

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Knobstalgia

This old wrinkler has texture and memories. And it is still doing its job keeping out the weather!

Old Door

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Brick Wall

Old houses in North Bay were built with red brick.

Rectangles

As time caught up with them, changes were made to accommodate newer lifestyles and other requirements.  Some of the original features of the house are still evident in this photograph. The bricked in window and the re-bricked door are two. The external wires for cable TV and telephone, and the modern electrical conduit on the outside of the house all speak to changing lifestyle needs. The external fire escape tells of the change from what was most likely a single family home to a multiple-unit boarding/apartment house.

Life goes on…

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Edge of the Past

Barn Chisolm

The transition between the past and the present is somewhere between the old log shed with its dug well and hand pump, and the new round hay bales.

 

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Barn

On River Road.

Green Roof

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Old Industrial

Factory building.

Rahn Metals Bldg

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Simple

Brick Story

Window in red brick wall.

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