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:

Mark Muller said...

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

Katie Dawn Wing said...

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

Puppy Growls,
Lucy

Casey said...

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

The Army of Four said...

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

C.L.W.STEP said...

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

Yamini MacLean said...

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

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

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

Jans Funny Farm said...

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

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

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

Woos - Lightning and Misty

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

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

Kinley Westie said...

Cool pics!

KB Bear said...

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 :)

Millie and Walter said...

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

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

You would have been great train dogs.

Collie222 said...

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

Tails Around the Ranch said...

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

Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs said...

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.

Moth said...

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