Category Archives: The Past

Arco, Idaho – 1998

This place has been destroyed, I believe. I did not see it the last time I passed through Arco, in 2010 or so. I’m glad I blew a frame of Kodak Royal Gold 100 on it – maybe it was 400 – on that trip way back when. Arco was the first town to be…

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Waves, North Carolina – 2013

This sign was on a fence next to a small truck parking area. It was in a place that didn’t seem relevant anymore. It looked more like an artifact. Yet, at one time, it clearly had a strong message: “Paved roads, community water, architectural control.” A remnant from days when it was worthwhile to trumpet…

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Southern Tennessee – 2013

So much happening here, just a mile or two off of the interstate in Tennessee. This one comes from a time that I can remember, and the rocket flames, thunderbolts and flying saucers are something that were very real to me as a kid. Some kids somewhere used to say, not “let’s go play miniature…

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Westwego, Louisiana – 2013

Jefferson Parish, City of Westwego, just south of New Orleans. This place was being demolished, but the sign on the back of the building was still there. I ponder why “Town” and only “Town” is in quotes. Probably no deep meaning. Either way, it saddens me. Lots of things went down here, from the mundane…

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