The last hill before you get to our place is only a small one, but like many of them there's a blind spot on the brow where you can't see the traffic coming until its right upon you. But there's an old sign which says Cattle Crossing just before you reach the spot, which suggests it might just be wise to slow down. Now there haven't been cattle here for years, as far as I can tell, and heaven help them if they tried to cross the road here anyway. But there is virtually no traffic on this particular road, so perhaps I exaggerate the danger.
Anyway, I'm fond of this spot not only for the view, but for the fact that it reminds me when I reach it that I will be home in about two minutes flat.
April 25, 2003
I often take many shots of the same subject and sometimes can't decide which is best. This was no exception. For an alternate view of the same spot, click here. And for a shot of two more happily decaying buildings visble from eactly this same location, click here.