Looks like it would have been nice though!No I didn't buy any fry bread :( Let me know when you get those photos up that simulate a Holga, I'd like to see that!
Give it time. Someone will build on it.
Yes, they will get back to thinking about development when the economy gets better.
It's sad to see peoples dreams die.
Not yet. Enjoy the rustic life there while you can.
Hmmmmm---is that a good thing? We lost our little farm to developement or progress or whatever you want to call it.Are those building built for the developement or were they already there? Now don't say--Oh why does she always have questions. LOL MB
This happens all too often here in AZ.
An old gate!*** Hey, thanks for your kind messages!Cezar went home safe last night! phew!Léia
I agree with Jack. You know how I feel about more and more and MORE developments...
With all of the concrete and big boxes that all look alike, this is totally refreshing. Once the trees and open land are gone, they don't come back - at least not in our lifetimes. Maybe in a future, more enlightened age. . . .
We have a few of those here too!
We seem to have lots of these unfinished subdivisions here. [You asked if there were bugs at the resort, Jacob, and I am happy to tell you it was blissfully bug free. Mosquitoes tend to love my blood; maybe it is sweet? :-D Just to be sure, though, we slept under nets.]
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