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01 September 2016

Throwback Thursday - 1 September 2016

Newgulf Plant, Newgulf, Texas, Circa 2006 ©2006 Suzanne G. McClendon

This is one of those shots that I wasn't supposed to have taken, only I had taken it before I knew I wasn't supposed to be taking it.  I saw the stacks and followed their beckoning until I found their home. The gate was open, so I drove right in.  It was after we drove back out of the place that I saw the sign: NO TRESPASSING.

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    1. Thank you. It was a fun adventure, wasn't it? :)

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  2. Great photo, I am sorry I was so excited about the 19 omethin that I forgot to do a throwback photo.

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    1. Thank you, Ellen. You don't have to be sorry. I almost didn't remember to post a Throwback post myself. haha

      Have a blessed day and thanks for joining in. :)

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  3. Such a cool photograph. I love places like that. If I didn't see a sign saying not to do it, I probably would have been tempted to drive to it as well. Looks like a great locale to inspire some stories.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Thanks, Arlee. It is a wonderful area with all sorts of opportunities. Of course, one of the best places in that community got bulldozed last year. It was the place that I called "Serenity". You can read about it here:
      Serenity

      I bet you could get into all sorts of cool trouble where you're living now. There are probably lots of abandoned places just dying for someone to investigate. :)

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a blessed day!

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