5 thoughts on “Abandoned Inn

  1. Wow! What a gorgeous place! That’s terrible that it’s been left like that…there is something about the absence of people that really makes a building fall apart. It’s not just the neglect because people live in houses they neglect and they last for years and years while houses left completely empty fall apart extremely fast.

    1. That’s really so true, isn’t it? I wouldn’t have thought of that if you hadn’t mentioned it. It is an interesting phenomenon. Maybe even old buildings can get lonely. Thanks for your comment!

    1. Thanks! And thanks for your comment. It is always cool driving down the roads less traveled – you never know what you might stumble across.

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