Friday, June 23, 2017

1880's Town

Can you believe there are MORE pictures?











Only 1 more post of pictures of the 1880's town to go!  We hope you aren't getting bored.  We'll put some other inbetween.



Murphy & Stanley

15 comments:

  1. that is a so great to walk through that town with you!!! the mama said she would love to live in that long forgotten time... yeah... sure...after she saw that they still had shoe and clothing stores hehehe

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  2. AMAZING place, what a lovely time you had there
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Great pictures, keep them coming!

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  4. Hari OM
    Definitely NOT bored!!! These are fabulous... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  5. Nope, not bored with seeing such pawsome and historical pics!

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  6. Such a cool place. Just don't stay there after dark
    Lily & Edward

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  7. We like the picture of you sitting in front of the window where we can see your pawrents reflections too. We are loving seeing all these photos of such a cool place.

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  8. That looks like such a fun place to explore!!! We love seeing all the pix.
    Cammie!

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  9. We aren't bored. Looks great. We think that little yellow house looks like the 'modern' tiny house...bwahaahaa! We also imagine that back in the day, that wide grassy street, wasn't so grassy...more like mud or dust.

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  10. Mama says there is no such thing as too many pictures of something!!
    xoxo
    Arty & Jakey

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  11. We're enjoying seeing all those pictures! We loved the cozy bedroom!

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  12. Hi there, I have to tell you that I wish we would have known about this town. I also spent a good part of the day sewing with a friend who came from Spearfish, SD and she didn't even know about this town. She said she has never ventured east of Rapid City. Thanks so much for sharing this-I'm hoping that we'll be going back to see it in the future.
    Hugs and wags,
    Noreen and Hunter

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  13. Those are some cool places and even cooler that you are allowed to go into them

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  14. Awesome, makes me wish I were there. Thanks for sharing your trip with us.

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  15. I never get tired of 1880's photos! I love antiques.

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