The Depot has been converted into a butcher shop and walk in cooler.
All that is left of an old horse drawn cart or wagon.
The old farmstead in the middle of the cornfield. Long abandoned.
Railroad tie fence post.
A brick on the top of the fence.
Canopy Bridge over the Sheyenne River
No longer used for cars, this old bridge still spans the Sheyenne River near Kindred, ND. It is usable only for foot traffic.
Barn in the Water
The lake grew until the barn went in.
The haimes mirror on the lodge lobby wall. Reflecting the coffee bar.
The Farm near Lynchburg
Ripe corn and the old farmhouse.
The old church still stands.
The old well house, long abandoned, being pushed aside by a tree.
Cabin and Tall Prairie Grass
The old granery converted to a guest cabin, surrounded by the native tall prairie grass.
Old Grain Storage
The squirrel sat on the door and told me it was his warehouse. Old storage building on the vacant farmstead.
Garage Long Forgotten
The garage hidden in the fall leaves and the overgrown shelter belt. This was once the farm of Governor Langer.
Retired Church building
The old church is re-purposed as a bait store.
Granery Guest House
The fall is upon us, no more greenery.
Deck Chairs waiting for Guests
The front deck all ready and waiting for the next guests.
The barn and chicken house with the corrals behind the grape vine and arbor.
Winter Grape Vines
The farm in winter, all in hibernation until the spring
The Twin Lakes have become one, swallowing roads and buildings as it grew.
Tall Prairie Grasses
The tall grasses along the sides of the cabins.
Lodge Deck waiting for summer.
The lodge all closed for the winter, the fall is hard upon us.
The morning after the storm, time to clean up.
Old garage under the fall foliage, long forgotten
100 years on the Prairie
Standing square and tall for over 100 years on the North Dakota prairie.
Inside the Elevator
Tools on the walls of the elevator