Monday, June 26, 2017

Last of the 1880's Town Pictures

Even with all the pictures we showed you there were things we did not take photos of!  Here is the "fire engine" . . . 







And finally, the doctor's office! 




Murphy & Stanley

19 comments:

  1. I love it!!! specially the bank building is cute... and a bank robbery probably never happened... with one clerk and two clients there would be no room for a bank raider ;o)

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  2. So cute! Did they ever use this town as a movie set?

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  3. Hari OM
    What a fabulous place you visited... and you sure looked the part on that 'cart'!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  4. Amazing. I like now days much better

    Wags
    Oreo

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  5. I'm with Oreo -- I prefer now to the olden days. Now means air conditioning!

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  6. Thanks for sharing all the cool pictures from your trip.

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  7. That's some cool stuff you saw
    Lily & Edward

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  8. such a cool place!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  9. That fire engine looks a bit useless, but we think if you could only use a bucket, it was a great invention!

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  10. That is all so cool! Our mom loved seeing it all. She used to do reenacting stuff from the 1880s.
    Y/s,
    Mags

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  11. So cool - wonder if they would like to hitch us up to pull that fire engine!!!

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  12. Wow! The saloon is bigger than the bank! Thanks for that wonderful tour! We enjoyed seeing all the old buildings. Ghostwriter said it made her think of the "Little House on the Prairie" books she read when she was a kid.

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  13. I have to admit Deadwood was a whole lot different than this little town! I just loved all the cool little places out there! Did you go to the Gold Mine in Lead?

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  14. Great tour - what a long way we have come since then.

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  15. Awesome seeing the pictures and imagining what life was like back then. Thanks for taking us on the journey with you. ~Margret

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  16. OMD! I love your 1880's town photos. That bank is awesome!

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  17. Notice how much bigger the saloon was over the bank. Guess they had certain priorities back in the 1880's. Loved these pics-thanks for airing them with us!

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