Judy and I did not attend a singing this week but we did go down to check out the fire damage at Camp Lee. Camp Fasola will go on as scheduled but the old church that was a focal point is gone.
The church as it was in 2008.
The place where the church was. We had heard a report that the church that Camp Fasola had used last year for the end of camp singing had a fire, we went down there to check on the damage. As you may see the damage was complete.
This is the actual site where the church had been, note the trees around the site.
For perspective, there is the cemetery on the hill that was above the church, the cemetery is still there but no church.
Sad reminder of the transitory nature of things on the Earth.
Not much use for the mop bucket here.
This car is hanging as it has been for all my life on a store front on 10th Street in Anniston.
Anniston was having a festival to go along with the Cheaha Challange bicycle race that went from Piedmont to Cheaha Mountain (the highest point in Alabama) and back to Piedmont.
Chimneys from the past, were with the Case Foundry when I was a child.
A statecoach house in Eastaboga, Alabama very near the Talladega Race Track. This provided food and rooms for travelers making the trip from Jacksonville to Montgomery.
Alas, the stagecoach does not stop here anymore.