This was a great find near Martinsburg, West Virginia. Really great produce and tons of other great food and craft items. To follow my journey, come on over to http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com
Just another photo from Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park. I can’t help it – I like shooting there.
I always love visiting Dockery Farms near Cleveland, Mississippi – the Birthplace of the Blues. And on a clear summer day, I love it even more.
This was another cool barn in eastern West Virginia.
Sorry guys, I’ve been “away from my desk” for a little bit – working on some projects and taking some time off. I did get out and do a little bit of travelling though. Here is a barn in rural West Virginia.
This was on a farm in southwest Utah, near Zion National Park.
I like tiny Grafton ghost town in southeast Utah. I have taken a lot of photos here. This house has been getting some work done to preserve it over the last few years. Life was tough in Grafton, but the scenery is hard to beat.
This was a really cool set of buildings in Bogue, Kansas on a beautiful day.
This is the main barn on the Latta Plantation outside of Charlotte, North Carolina.
I really loved this old barn out along the Old Mine Road in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in New Jersey.
Mormon Row is a wonderful collection of old farmhouses in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Storm clouds were rolling in from the west.
This old farmhouse is on the Golden Eco-Adventure Ranch near Golden, British Columbia.
This old building had a lot of character sitting on the side of highway 378 in rural South Carolina. I like it.
This is Sugarbush Farm just outside of Woodstock, New Hampshire. It was a great day to be there and sample some of their wonderful cheese, maple syrup and other amazing treats.
The Hopson Plantation just outside Clarksdale, Mississippi was the first plantation to completely mechanize cotton production. Once the home of delta blues legend Joe “Pinetop” Perkins, today it sits in a state of arrested decay. Music can still be found in the commissary on certain nights, and the rooms are up for rent. Definitely a cool stop along the Blues Trail.
Crossing Canada, you must cross the vast prairies in the middle. These are the parts of a country that never get enough attention. Friendly welcoming people and cute small towns made this crossing particularly pleasant.
After a few cold days in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, a warm sunset on the farm near Hollister, Idaho is a welcome sight.