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30 March 2010

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gillian

I nearly tripped over that steel I beam a few times too, the one beside the couch. The place still held magic though, its owners very appreciative of the fact that you were generous enough to stop with your group-that was kind and considerate of you Tara. It certainly taught me a lot about the misfortunes that some people endure. I have some nice photos too, but didn't take any where I saw you snapping...funny I wondered what you were looking at back there. You never cease to amaze me. You tell the WHOLE story. I like that.
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jeanie

What a remarkable journey you had -- these photos are terrific. There's a lot of story behind that spot...

Stephanie

There is such beauty in the decay...

Marilyn

Sad to see the business closed, but your photos are spectacular.

julochka

i just LOVE old decayed places like that, they're so much more interesting than places that are all neat and clean. the only way it would have been more perfect is if there was a dead piano. that ladder is amazing and exactly what i was looking for as a towel rack in the bathroom. i suppose it would have been a bit too much to carry on, tho'. :-)

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