October 10, 2017

Lost City Random-osity

The Good: Lost City is in a pretty and fertile valley in West Virginia. Originally known as Cover,  it's named for nearby Lost River.

The Random: Here's the little post office. The town has had a post office since 1892.

The Fun: There's an arts and crafts center with a sense of humor.

Bonus Photo:
Sharing with Random-osity and Tom's Barns and Treasures linkups

9 comments:

  1. Hello, that seems like a strange name for a town in West Virginia. I would like to visit the arts and craft center. The last landscape is beautiful. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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  2. That first shot is so pretty. Loving the horseshoe sculpture.

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  3. Bacana de madeira...esses lugares ficam perto de onde moras?

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    1. They are an hour's drive from where I live.

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  4. Well now this looks like a great little rural town.

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  5. These are some awesome photos. I enjoy seeing historic places like this and love the horse with the great eyelashes!

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