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04 October 2008

PhotoHunt: Sad

As is typical with kids and dogs, I couldn't catch the dawg with her really sad face this week.
So I dug up a few other sad things from the old files.








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12 comments:

SwampAngel65 said...

You have got to be kidding me....an historic area is for sale!?!?! The Battle of Natural Bridge???? Why on Earth doesn't the state buy it??? Or the NPS??? Now that really is sad...

sho said...

they r putting up a historical site for sale??? what is the govt doing in all of this? this is not just sad, it is tragic.

Floridacracker said...

That dog is pretty darn cute.

SophieMae said...

SwampAngel and Sho, that property adjoins Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park. It's a pretty small park. I don't know why the state hasn't jumped on that property. I reckon it must be low on their priority list.

FC, she's the love of Duller's life. 8-]

Robert V. Sobczak said...

These days I'm seeing "weeds", and really big ones at that, growing on the giant "construction" hills of dirt. The past couple of years those hills would be flattened into new subdivision mounds in no time flat. Times have changed.

SophieMae said...

Robert, I must confess I've enjoyed that aspect of the crumbling housing market. 8-}

Baker Watson said...

Those older buildings look all to familiar to me as does the development. Looks like a lot of that will be on hold for a while.

Nice photo's. Dogs can look so pitiful. I think they really know what they are doing when they put on that face. It is usually directed to the one they know they will get the most sympathy from.

Baker

Meems said...

Sophie, your dawg might not give you that really sad face but the one she managed is mighty adorable!
Meems @Hoe&Shovel

Big Bend Blog said...

I've passed by those old buildings in Metcalf before. They're hard not to photograph. On the side of the last brick building there's an old "Orange Crush" mural that you can still barely make out. There are also quite a few beautiful canopy dirt roads around there too.

Steve said...

Sophie, I'd love to see a photo of the Orange Crush mural that Big Bend Blog mentioned. I take photos of drink signs painted on brick walls, and OC is my favorite historic soft drink -- (I collect the bottles). Might you have a picture somewhere?

Enigma said...

That very last shot got to me. Great contributions! Thanks for sharing!

SophieMae said...

Baker, I'm sure you're right. She knows who's the biggest pushover in our house.

Meems, she IS adorable... and she knows it. And knows how to work it, as well. LOL!

Big Bend Blog... I'm always looking for an excuse to go up there. I don't kow how I missed the mural! Thanks ever so for telling me about it!

Steve, I'll try to get up there soonly and get a shot.

Enigma, me too. I keep hoping I can get someone to care enough to save it.