Part two of our trip near Valley City, ND
This house featured a two-sided build-in cabinet that would have been a beautiful centerpiece.
This car is in much better condition than what we normally find in old farms. It almost looks recoverable.
At one time this would have been a wonderful farmstead, having a large house along with 4 additional buildings up on a hill. Now almost nothing is usable.
The trees behind this building are doing a quick job of knocking the roof down.
A large flower pot that is still growing grass after many years.
Another trip through along the Sheyenne River north of Valley City, ND found some interesting stops.
A perspective shot on how much this building was leaning.
This wagon is more like a Rust Flyer than a Red Flyer.
Only the foundation and the front steps remain of this farm house.
This Chevy truck isn’t likely to be heading down the road anytime soon.
This little storm shelter-looking structure was tucked in among the trees.
A few random shots I took throughout the year that don’t fit in their own post
A gravel road traverses a coulee near a wind farm near Valley City, ND
This large iron gate is the only indication a cemetery sits on this hill.
Scenic view of the coulee east of Milton, ND. At one time, this coulee would have been a river flowing into Lake Agassiz.
My attempt at a “tiny planet” picture, using a 360 degree panorama in the middle of a wind farm.
A dragonfly prepares to take flight.