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Abandoned in Oregon
Beverly and I have taken several trips to the high desert to capture abandoned structures. Most of them are hell and gone from anywhere else. They serve as a reminder of a bright future for someone, plenty of space to work with and the sky’s the limit. It’s interesting to read about many of the ghost towns that were simply passed on by progress. Railroad tracks that turned right instead of left and missed a bustling town that could have sold cattle or grains. Towns that died waiting for the interstate highway to be built to get their grains to market. Other homesteads were likely built by farmers or ranchers who just preferred to be left in peace. Regardless, the high desert atmosphere has wonderfully preserved the structures scattered throughout eastern Oregon and left a few characteristic gems for the adventurous to discover. There’s more trips in our future, the desert has only hinted at the yields it has hidden for us out there in the middle of nowhere.Read More