All Hallow's Eve had me wandering the streets with my camera, while the girl of the house participated in a community night festival.
We still have barber shops with the classic barber pole. Drinks are 75 cents and you can catch up on the town news.
Beyond our town square, and down some stone steps, are the remnants of an old neighborhood. Yes, some houses still remain occupied, but this classic sits empty. A well known lady lived here for many years.
Back up the stone steps had me wandering around our old, stone courthouse. This limestone structure was completed in 1803 and is still standing, and in good repair. It was last used as a courthouse in 1933. Quite a run....
"I continue to be interested in new things that seem old, and old things that seem new."
Jaquelin T. Robertson