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Old Oct 30, 2005, 10:50 PM   #1
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A couple of wooden houses in Lynchburg Tennessee!

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Old Oct 31, 2005, 12:08 AM   #5
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Lovely shots.

Makes me want to move to the USA! The houses are so much more picturesque than over here.

Bet they cost a fortune though, they are huge, or is housing in the USA, like the ones in the picture, normal, and affordable?
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Great shots Dawg! More chacteristic than the homes here in the Sand Dunes.
It depends where in the USA you are Kensplace if the homes are affordable or outrageous. A home like the ones Dawg posted will cost in the 7 didgets here on the west coast without the scenery.
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so white so neat, and contrast with the scenery sorrounding

love it dawg
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Very nice pictures D. Dawg.

I often go with my girl friend for a weekend to Cape May, NJ. That's a area loaded with Victorian homesthat have become B&B (Bed & Breakfast) places and most are designated landmark status (exterior may not be changed).

I like to shoot windows, doors and fences (favorite are old wrought iron with intricate designs.

I also like to visit restoration villages. I take off my watch and just roam in the past with my camera. Many also have people dressed in clothing of the period that reenact life in the past.

Mystic Seaport, Ct.

Richmondtown, SI, NY

Old Bethpage village, LI,NY

Alaire Village, NJ

Old estates and mansions that allow pictures are great too! (but those that allow pictures are rare)

Than old house also looks like good metal detecting country too!



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Thanks guys. The first home was on a corner lot in Lynchburg and has no special significance> The second Antebellum style house was the home of the Motlowe family. The decendants of Jack Daniels and is on the distillery property!


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I like both houses, but especially the 2nd. I guess distilling whiskey pays the rent, LOL.

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