Monday, November 3, 2014

Rubbish Tuesday #27

It's time for Rubbish again. The time sure flies. 

Fergus and I went for one last walk at Lincoln Log Cabin Historical Site. I doubt we will go back until spring, unless a nice day happens along. I doubt that will happen. It's darn cold this morning! The thermometer says 44 degrees, but it sure felt colder when I let Fergus out. Anyway, here he is sniffing an old post.


This is Phullis D. Cow and her sweet babe. The old wagon is used to clean the 'stuff' out of their stable.


Old Windmill


Old Lantern


The Greenup Train Depot. It has been rennovated and is now a museum.


And last, but not least, one of those carts you see at the train depot in all those old westers JD likes to watch.


30 comments:

Tom said...

What a great shot of Phullis D's Cow and her sweet babe. Tom The Backroads Traveller

TexWisGirl said...

i love phyllis d. cow. and the train depot/museum! cute place!

Beth of ".E." Lizard Breath Speaks said...

the train depot & the windmill ( ;

Brian King said...

Love those old school windmills! The wagon is great, too! Classic stuff!

Linda Kay said...

Train depots make great renovations into whatever the entrepreneur envisions...museums, retaurants, shops, etc. The old wagons are fun.

EG CameraGirl said...

I'd LOVE to visit a train depot museum! Very cool!

Andrea said...

Love all these photos. I wish we had some place like this to visit near us!

Hope you'll join us for NaNoWoofMo. We need lots of bloggers like you to help decide the fate of the homeless dog in our story!

Hazel Ceej said...

The Greenup looks like the bigger version of my great aunt's house deep in the countryside. I had fun memories there with cousins. Love the cow, wagon and lantern. So much charm!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I love your beautiful dog. Great shots!

Ginny said...

I love the picture of the cow and her baby! Last night, it as 32 here!

Debby Ray said...

Love all of these great photos...that windmill pic just might be my fave :)

Gerald (SK14) said...

love the cows and the old wagon

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I can never 'find' rubbish these days...when we're on a two lane highway zipping along at 65 MPH and cars behind us and no shoulder to pull off on...so, I will continue to enjoy yours!!

LOVE the little calf.

Bruce Clark said...

Very nice shot of the cow and calf. I also like he one of the lantern.

Cranberry Morning said...

That is a classic photo of cow and calf. I just love it!

Gail Dixon said...

Fergus is one beautiful dog! The cow and her calf are precious as well. Mama doesn't seem too sure about your camera though!

Marie said...

Love everything in this post, from the dog in the photo with the sumac to the train station! But, my favorite shot was of Phullis D. Cow and calf with the old wagon. What an incredible shot! Thanks for hosting this meme....I'm enjoying it so much!

Felicia said...

love all your images Roan. the windmill is really cool.

Stephanie said...

Love all the images, that cart in the end. I believe it once was a luggage cart.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Squealing with delight to see Fergus again! :D The cow and her baby are so pretty! The train depot is gorgeous - so nice to see a town renovate/care for these old historical buildings.

Lindy

bettyl-NZ said...

It looks like the weather was perfect for your walk! Your photos are really clear and crisp and fun to see. Fergus is too cute.

Terri said...

Love the cows! They fixed that train depot up nice..I love to see buildings rescued and reno-ed like that.

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

The cow photo is delightful!

georgettesullins said...

These photos say FALL. The light and crispness is almost palpable.

photodoug said...

Expressive cows. Thanks for sharing.

Amy Burzese said...

Perfect specimens of old, and a sweet baby and it's mamma.

Small City Scenes said...

Great rural images. Love your dog. MB

Lois said...

Beautiful shots! I love that windmill.

Tanya Breese said...

oh these are all wonderful..i bet fergus enjoyed his walk!

Halcyon said...

You found a lot of nice "rubbish" this week. I especially like the mama cow and her babe. :)