I see so many sights when I'm driving around during the day. Too many of them do not allow me to pull over to take photos. The barn where Cooper is living is a little north of here, alongside the riverbed and the railroad tracks. And there was a place to pull over when I saw this ramshackle place on the opposite side of the tracks. Someone needed/wanted to be right next to the tracks when they built this place. When they left, it became a photo op for people like me!
And if you turn to the left, very slightly, you can see this view on such a gorgeous day. Just to the left of there is Cooper's home and the riverbed where we trail ride. I am hoping to trailer Henry out there today so we can ride with my girlfriend. Want to come along?
Linking to Rural Thursday hosted by Nancy at http://www.aruraljournal.com/
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