Wednesday, June 21, 2017

1880's Town - 2nd Post

We continue with pics from the 1880's town . . . 








This is a doggy water dish from the olden days.


The Methodist Church



The Catholic Church





That's all for now.  We hope you are enjoying seeing life in the 1880's!



Murphy & Stanley

18 comments:

  1. oh how great and how sweet to imagine to have such an old railway carriage as a mom-cave (or dog cave)...

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  2. What a fun place to see. Was it totally fun riding on the train?

    Puppy Growls,
    Lucy

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  3. It's nice seeing you living like your ancient Goldendoodle ancestors!

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  4. Such a beautiful town! You look like you OWN that train! Awesome!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  5. Wow! My favorite miniature human, Ryan, would love to see that train!

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  6. Hari OM
    OMD, what a fabulous place... and I can feel the peace emanating from that church... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  7. We loved seeing all that old stuff. Hey, that train engine has a Doodle catcher instead of a cow catcher....BOL!

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  8. Really enjoying the 1880s pix posted the last couple of days. hard to imagine those buildings are still standing.

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  9. We would love it if that train would chug a chug its way through Kansas City.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  10. You need some spurs and you will be the perfect gun slingers!

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  11. The 1880's was a long long time ago. It's so cool that the town is so well preserved. Thanks for sharing!!!!

    PS I love the doggy bowl. We had those near us a while ago, and our dogs jumped in and swam in them :)

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  12. How cool that so much has been preserved from so long ago.

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  13. Oh! Where is this? It looks like such a fun place to visit!

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  14. I think life in the 1880's must have been hard. Beautiful pics as always, boyz.

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  15. BOL Our Uncle Leland used to have one of those doggie water dishes in his pasture. Thanks for showing us the pictures, we think that would be a really fun place to go for a walk.

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  16. What great photos. Thank you for sharing - nose licks and love from Moth xx

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