The two grain elevators were built in 1906 and 1929 respectively (I’m assuming the green one is the one built in 1929). As I went there in March the park wasn’t open so I had to make do with having a look and photographing them from outside of the park and including the ugly fence in the first photo.
St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
By Nellie Bly O’Bryan (1893 – 1984)
Lee Vining, CA
I love how even the historical marker is installed upside down.
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Thinking about John Muir…
Towanda is a village of about 500 people about 125 miles Southwest of Chicago and close to Bloomington-Normal. To read more about Towanda click here
Selma, Iowa is a little town/village in Southeastern Iowa, located about 20 miles south of Fairfield and 5 miles east of Eldon, site of the American Gothic House. One of my favourite singer/songwriters, Greg Brown, grew up partly in this area.