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Feb. 9th, 2008 @ 09:58 pm Laurens Rural Ruin Barns
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This blog features the two barn buildings on the Laurens Rural Ruin property. Although they are not far from the road, the buildings are so covered by vines that they are not visible to a casual glance. The barn most close to the road served as the farm's stables. The further building was the equipment barn where the farming equipment would have been stored. There was little of value in the buildings other than a strong sense of rural history amongst the ruins as time takes its tole.

All 74 pictures of the Rural Ruin are in this flickr set.

Top: Stable Barn
Bottom: Tools of the Trade in Stable Barn

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Wall of Stable BarnWindow in Stable BarnRafters of Stable Barn
Fluid Light Picture of Stable BarnLoft of Stable Barn Stable Door in Stable Barn
Equipment BarnStored Debris in Equipment Barn Cabinet in Equipment Barn
Deteriorated Floor in Equipment BarnLoft of Equipment Barn Hole in Floor of Equipment Barn Loft
Hole in Ceiling of Equipment LoftLooking Across the Equipment Loft More Holes in Equipment Loft Floor
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Date:February 10th, 2008 04:04 am (UTC)
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Reminds me of when I did horse-riding camp way back when...... Even at some very young age I think I was more comfortable with my horse than the horse was with me... my old guy wasn't very cooperative! And that gunk you put on their hoofs (to shine it, maybe?) never comes off your hands. Ever. I bet it's still absorbed into my palms. lol

I remember observing the ants on the ground outside, during break. I learned about fire ants there, fortunately not by experience.