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14 comments :

  1. hi i like your web site its like being there with out actually being there i always wanted to travel states and site see the world i like road trips great job i like your web site cool

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm glad you like it :)

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  2. I am going to have a blast looking through your posts! Thank you for sharing your amazing finds! Jessica

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  3. This may sound silly, but is there any buildings or like covered wagons from the Bigelow Family era? I LOVE you posts. I am a historian and this is so good. Keep them coming. Leda

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    1. Thank you so much! I've always loved history too. I don't believe I've seen any buildings or wagons from the Bigelow Family era.

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  4. Great site. Love the locations and writeups. I'm putting a link on my site. exploringoffthebeatenpath.com Thanks. Webmaster Dan

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  5. My husband and I used to live in Payson, Arizona before moving to Iowa some 16 years ago. Reading your stories and seeing the photos are fantastic! They sure brought back some memories. Thank you for sharing and taking the time to do this. Awesome!

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    1. Thank you, Janice! :) I'm glad you're enjoying the site. If you want to share your memories, please feel free to write about them in the comments. I love to hear about other people's experiences and memories of these places.

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  6. Just started looking through your posts and FB page. Your pictures make me want to get out and go exploring. Thanks for sharing all the beautiful "forgotten's".

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad you're enjoying the site :)

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  7. Hi, Jim. Just stumbled onto your site and I really enjoy it. Great photos. Can't wait to see your take on the Cleveland area, as that is where I live. Youngstown also has quite a bit to offer the urban Explorer. I spent time there about 15 years ago on a job and there was a lot of abandoned places to explore, I just didn't have the opportunity to do so. Looking forward to your next posts.

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    1. Thanks so much, Dave! Cleveland was great. There were so many incredibly interesting places to see. I didn't make it to Youngstown, but I hope I get to check it out some day. I know of a few sites I'm dying to explore there.

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