Over a long weekend my wife, dad, and I toured Cavalier County near Milton, ND to see some of the abandoned buildings and farms. Our first stop was at a former turkey hatchery that had seen better days.
In the turkey hatchery, we found that a group of raccoons had been through after a recent rain.
The outer perimeter of the building was in good shape, but the roof had caved in at the center point and pulled a lot down.
We weren’t sure what the history of these water jugs is. They certainly look like they belong there.
A set of railroad tracks runs next to the hatchery. The colors in the trees were too tempting to pass up.
There was a small office that had a (surprisingly) intact window letting just enough light to cast a shadow against this old drill.
We found this John Deere hat hanging on one of the still-standing pillars. No idea how long it had been sitting there.