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I believe their stories are endless and never get old.Thank you again :o)
My family comes from Texas, 58Pontiac, too. My grandfather lived through the depression and I have some old photos of him and my grandmother back in those days. He lost the ranch he had around Concan and became a truck driver. I always wonder who lived in these old homes, too, and what their story was.
Love these old houses.I would imagine if they could talk there would be quite a story to tell.This could be an old house on some prairie land in Texas as far back as the Depression.My Dad was a young boy during that time and the family roamed the farmlands in Texas looking for work. These old homes hold a lot of history.Thank you for this post :o)
Me, too, Cyndi. I'm so glad someone felt like capturing these and sharing their photos.
I love all of your posts today. So sad to see places in such shape. I always wonder about the history of the house, who lived there, why they left, etc. TFP ~ Cyndi