One of my favorite things to do, when I have a free day, is to have a general idea where to go and what to do, but to take the most scenic or circuitous route to get there. Tim and I call it ‘sploring.
Last weekend I got to do some ‘sploring with my friend Lindy. Along the way, we stopped to admire the decaying beauty of several abandoned barns. And also some old barns that weren’t necessarily abandoned. The light was great, and Lindy got some good shots.
We drove past a few old car graveyards too. There’s something melancholic about seeing what was once someone’s pride and joy rusting gracefully into the the wildflowers.
Anyway, here’s a closeup of an old tractor’s front grill.
And a Gene Simmons poster in the bathroom hallway at Mase’s Place, where we stopped for a quick bite. Good food, we recommend.
We have much in common about ‘sploring. I love dead trees and cemeteries. I find all kinds of ‘bones’ from old washing machines, sinks, toilets, and equipment in my woods. I also wonder about how the people who lived here felt when having these things up and running. We have to go ‘sploring’ sometime. 💓
Yes, we do! I’m one to pick up feathers, bones, rocks, leaves, shells… We’ll have a good time comparing our collections!