Country Classics and Nostalgia Picture Journal Thread

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  1. Wasp

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    I know this isn't directly related to bushcraft specifically, but it is related to the outdoors. Yes I realize there are already several picture threads. I do have a point here, so stay tuned....

    For me, a big part of the outdoors is the trip to whatever activities I'm going to. The stuff I see along the roads and highways quite literally touches my soul and takes me back to another time. Sometimes I just get in the car and drive with no destination. Its very relaxing and it lets me fantasize to some degree and I get very nostalgic. Unfortunately for all of us, its disappearing very quickly. Help capture it and share it with us.

    In this thread I am hoping to find others that can help us all enjoy some Country and Nostalgic photographs.

    What am I looking for?:
    Barns, well houses, bridges, creeks, ponds, rivers, mills, cabins, docks, boats, tractors, old cars, old houses, unique old houses, old brick buildings, old gas stations, country stores, old gas lights, old gas pumps, old signage, painted advertising on old barns or brick buildings, ferry boats, old timey pharmacy/soda, old drive ins, old oil wells, mining stuffs, old trains, grain silos, blacksmith shops, Americana (wherever you're from).
    Animals like horses or deer, similar are acceptable. Old scenes that capture the essence are acceptable. Reenactment photos are acceptable. Roadside landscape photos are acceptable.


    Bonus Points:
    Using old cameras, black and white, cepia, and other techniques for authenti feeling is highly encouraged but not necessary. Any camera including cell phone pictures are fine too. You don't need to be a pro.
    It would be nice if you tell us where it is (relatively) and maybe even what we're looking at.

    Disclaimer:
    Please don't use this as a photo dump. It doesn't have to be old, but it needs to look old or unique and actually have that country or nostalgic feeling to it. Surely you know what I mean. It can even be your barn or neighbors, whatever.


    This might not only be an album but may/should actually encourage you to get out of the house, go for a drive, go down a road you might not normally go down just to see whats there or where it goes, stop and get out of the car and take it in, maybe find a new place or meet new people.

    This could be a fun and really fantastic thread.

    Take us to the Country or make us feel Nostalgic!
     
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    The top one is my favorite. I found it on a "where does this dirt road go" road. The lady that ran her own ranch saw me taking a picture and had the backbone to approach me. We had a good conversation about lots of stuff and she thought it was cool that I was looking for barn pictures.

    The red one with reflection is a property I like except its closer to the city than I'd want. Thats also it in the 4th panoramic picture.
     
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    Silo near Twisp, WA

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    Silo with barn at homestead.

    Site is up the Twisp River near Twisp, WA on the east side of the Cascade Mountains. I shot these in 2014 or so.
     
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    Nice. I like stuff like this. Great idea. One suggestion, is for the poster to drop a bit of info, such as if they took the pic etc. Maybe if it is a special place, or has a story to it? Might add some depth to the pictures if we knew something about them. :)
     
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    This is a photo of a photo of my father practicing his quick draw and shooting his Colt SSA dated April 29, 1947 - four years before my birth. Old cars, old buildings in South Florida.
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    My house and car fit right in this thread topic...

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    -John
     
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    Near Radford Virginia
     
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    I am mildly amused and surprised to see the typical falu-red paint appear in pictures on your side of the Large Pond .
     
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    Mother nature fighting to take a small piece of her ground back.

    Shed is at the ranch in Southern Utah. Built by my grandfather in the late 20's.

    My goal it to start restoring the outbuildings this summer. Cedar posts set in gravel last several generations out here.
     
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    the backdrop when we first see The Duke in True Grit

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    is the side of a building that has stood a long time in Ridgeway, Co

    the side of the building is now the wall in a cafe

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    standing on the front porch of the cafe looking out you will see the park where the hanging took pace in the movie

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    for this thread these images represent NOSTALGIA to me
     
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    Here is one of the favorite places I have been.

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    The Buck Snort Saloon in Sphinx Park Colorado.

    Been a at least a decade since I have been out there. Worth a visit if you have the chance. :cool:

    Another favorite place of mine is the old Mining Town of Ouray, Colorado.

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    Now for Utah, a state which has hidden beauty and an amazingly rich cultural history.....

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    The above images are from the Hidden Splendor Mine area which is at the end of a dirt road in the San Rafael swell area of Utah.
     
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    Parker/Hickman cabin image.jpg An out house. image.jpg Beaver Jim's barn. image.jpg Granny hendersons cabin image.jpg all on the buffalo national river.
     
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    On the way back from the post office I kept driving past the driveway...

    "On the Road Again....."

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    Fields that go on for days...
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    Ol' Rusty Tractor Shed-
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    "Johhhnnn Deere Green" (Joe Diffy Reference)

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    Roadside flowers...
    (Coreopsis?)
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    Classic Tractor in the Bushes...
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    And of course hydrangeas-
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    No barns today but it was refreshing to see working mans land in the Heartland.
     
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    Where I walk every day on top and taking a break next to the burn pile in the woods years ago.

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    Took this in Mass this past Winter. I liked the way the sun was toned down by the hazy clouds.

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    Tobacco barn down the road from my place. Air cured tobacco hanging in it. If you grew up in tobacco country that smell is amazing. 20171118_133546.jpg
     
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    Here is an old hunting cabin next to a piece of property we hunt.
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    Here is a stack of rocks from the same property. Don't know who or when, We have had this piece of property for about 15 years.
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    Here is a place I grew up spending time at in the summers. Grannies House is on Fort Morgan Peninsula of Mobile Bay. This is my cousins Great Grandmother and Grandmothers home. The two ladies were both widows and lived here together until great grannie was 105 and granny up until about 5 years ago. She lives in town now. My Uncle and his brothers grew up in this house. AS much as we can tell, it was built by Great Grannies husband in the late 1800's. It was originally had an outdoor kitchen and other out buildings all connected by boardwalks. I wish we had photos of it back then.

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    Ohh I am loving this!
    I am a nostalgic romatic myself and it sometimes hurts within to see barn, sheds, houses and old equipment being eft to the elements like this. But then again..... it also creates a certain atmosphere, especially if the weather cooperates!
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    Old rusty tin roof in the way back there. The field have been grown over with wildflowers. 20190617_120034.jpg
     
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    John Deere anyone?
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    Greetings,

    Amazing scenery shared by all, thank you!

    Yesterday I did a bit of hiking and found this:

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    Looks like a cabin with walls made out of tires and mud.

    Regards,

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    Greetings,

    Here are a few, found while exploring the trails around Lake Ala-Rieveli in Finland.

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    I couldn't help but remember this thread while passing them by. :)

    Regards,

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    Wasp DOWN IN DIXIE Supporter

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    Thank you friend. Those are nice photos. Love the barn.

    I wish activity would pick up in this thread, I know people see thus stuff everyday and I love it! Its disappearing and I like to see it before its gone.

    Thanks!
     
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    Greetings,
    Thank you for starting this thread @Wasp.:) I didn't know I would love it, but i do now! Too bad it's disappearing, as you say.

    Regards,

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    I, too, love this thread and wish more people would post in it. I seem to remember a tread, a while back, of courthouses in small Texas towns. I love stuff like this.

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    MH, that hotel has been brought back to it's hey day condition complete w/ stained glass ceiling upstairs and the fabulous wood work throughout

    worth a trip back there just to visit the hotel
     
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    What City was this in. Just curious.
     
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    It was in an unincorporated area, west of Hollywood, long before it became hall to wall concrete and asphalt.
     
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    Going back to Yellowstone National Park in about month.

    (these are not my photo's)

    First some photo's of one of the largest log buildings in the world...

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    The inside is what really makes it...

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    Hard to really put the interior into scale but that interior space is nearly 300 feet tall.

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    I love Yellowstone's old buildings because they have stood up to 100+ years of constant use.

    Fort Yellowstone is a spot commonly called Mammoth Hot Springs now but it was the home base of the park when the railroad companies made the northern section of the park their home.

    This is the earliest photo I could find....

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    A bit later on and from a better angle....

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    And today.....

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    I tried to find photo's that showed the scope and size of the place. Not an easy task by any measure.

    As a general rule, the Fort Yellowstone area is exponentially large today compared to a century ago.
     
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    This is a few miles down the road from me. A ranch barn.

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    Old stone barns like that are timeless. :cool:
     
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    Saw this in the Walmart parking lot last week.

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    Here are some photo's of the now abandoned railroad that went into Gardner, north of Yellowstone, before roads were available for easier access to the park.

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    Even further north is the own of Livingston, Montana and there is still an active railroad there today.

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    West Yellowstone was also an entrance to the park via railroad. The photo below is taken along the Madison River which marks the west entrance to the park even today.

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    Yellowstone NP is actually in the process of considering an artificially imposed limit to the number of people entering in a given period of time. This type of exclusivity ended 80 years ago when automobile roads made the park open to anyone with a car.
     
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    up on the Red River east of Denison the Carpenter Bluff RxR Bridge still spans the river

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    originally only a RxR bridge they built a WAGON SHELF on the side of it and you can still see where the iron wagon wheels ground ruts in the heavy hardwood decking

    they've removed the original rails and paved a one lane roadway for folks to cross from southern Oklahoma down into Texas to get their groceries

    pick ups often have to fold their mirrors in to clear the iron girders

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    there used2waz a really good cafe on the Texas end of the bridge ;-(
     
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    Ha. carpenters Bluff is a area I know quite well. I was born in Sherman and lived on the family farm 3 miles from there till I was 8. My uncle herb lived across the river and would take the old bridge to Texas to get beer. He said he liked his beer to have alcohol.
    Thanks for the memories
     
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    Cool Beans! I love these older pics of stuff like this I wish I had some from the places that were in my life as a child. Thanks for posting guys.
     
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    Great picture. Not easy to find a good barn and silo with no powerlines in the photo! Imagine it in winter with a little snow or spring with some wildflowers?
     
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