It was gorgeous out, so I did some exploring.

Driving up a tree lined road, when I notice a clearing up ahead. That clearing is home to that ridiculously large chair as well as pretty nice view.

Curious as to what those two pillars of smoke were in the distance, I switched to my 300 mm lens.

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Still not sure. There aren’t any nuclear power stations in the area or even in that direction.

Pfft.

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Further down the same road, down a twisty section, I notice ruins on the hillside. I pull off as soon as I can, but will have to walk back a little ways.

But first I walk down a path where I pulled off the road.

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I didn’t notice that little red shack until after I went through the photos.

Then I make the hike up the road.

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Once you hop the guard rail, you notice there are steps leading to a concrete bridge.

The steps coming from the road appear recently replaced. I wonder if this building has/had some historical importance?

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There are no markers or anything if it is. Perhaps just an awesome abandoned residence.

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An ominous inscription, but also what leads me to believe it might’ve seen some recent(early 90's) work.

The bridge looked a little sketchy.

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I was hesitant walking over that bridge. But I wasn’t going to walk on the already collapsed floor of the building.

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Were I not a chicken shit, and had a flash light, I might’ve ventured near that hobo/bear den opening to get a better look. Hmmm... PVC tubing peeking out from that opening.

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I wonder how old this place actually is? Seems to be a mishmash of construction techniques. My guess no earlier than the 20’s, just because the use of concrete and cinder blocks.