East Of The River

5385 Durie Road.
A hanger on from the countryside days.

I stopped by the cemetery this morning to check on the flowers. But because it rained on Tuesday, their was no need for me to water anything. From the cemetery I bicycled eastward towards Caroline Street, then turned left unto Durie Road. I stopped and took photos of a a small white house that sits on a large lot. East of the River was once all countryside, but is now newer houses that are part of the encircling and devouring of the little town I grew up in. This little white house is a hanger on from the countryside days. At Bristol Road I also got a few shots of the old Brick House that sits on the corner. It’s lovely.. And because it’s a designated historical home, their is no fear of it being knocked down anytime soon. On my way home I stopped to take a photo of a mobile trailer that has been parked all summer, just back off of Mill Street, in amongst some trees. I like to imagine that someone lives there.

The old Brick House that sits at the corner of Bristol Road and Durie Road.
A mobile trailer has been parked all summer, just back off of Mill Street in amongst some trees. I like to imagine that someone lives there.

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