Friday, August 17, 2007

Old wagon

This old wagon, complete with arrows and missing a wheel, is seen while walking along the path from Old Cowtown's nice, new and modern entrance building.



11 comments:

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

You should be careful there! :)

Lavenderlady said...

Looks like someone has gone to the smittys to get that wheel repaired.

JoAnn - NL Photography said...

oow?
Nice old wooden car, we saw them (and that cars are still in use, in the old part of Greece, on the island "kriti", I will once upload them again to show them to you and others... (This pic's are on my website -not my blog- under greece)

Is that a real name: "Old cowtowns nice?"

Today I publiced "sepia cows"
Bye :) from Joann

oldmanlincoln said...

That's pretty neat.

I have enjoyed your post today.

Thank you for visiting my blog and for commenting there. I appreciate that a lot.

I am also glad that you got to know a squirrel for a period of time. They are special.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

photowannabe said...

Well that shot sure tells a story. Old Cowtown seems quite interesting.

Moonshadow said...

Wendy, did you read today's Eagle? Someone in the opinion line complained about the name "Cowtown". Said that they didn't think anyone would want to visit something by that name, felt it was "unattractive". Makes me wonder if they think "cowboys" should be renamed too. Imagine anyone fantasizing about "cowboys" (Marlboro man, the Duke, my dad was a cowboy, "Cowboy Up!").

Annie said...

It's always nice to see rustic features like this one.

lila said...

That photo reminds me of the weedy areas with old farm equipment sitting out, no longer used, on our Oklahoma farm...

Bergson said...

The carriage does not seem any more to move much.
A too long career it rests now

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I love it! I can't explain why but I love it.

lv2scpbk said...

There's something about a wagon that makes a great photo.