Found Yesterday

We drove down a country road

And found yesterday

Sitting in the yard.

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26 thoughts on “Found Yesterday

  1. Sharon Dear says:

    What a beauty! Can you just imagine how it looked when it was new? It came from nothing and then was a beautiful useful something, now it’s nothing again…but an American eyesore.

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    • I do imagine it’s new beauty. But I really felt like where it was today, and how the people who put it there, was an honor. It really had a beauty in a different way. Quite dignified in it’s age and decline. (Though I readily acknowledge what you mean by ‘eye sores’ all over!!!!!!!)

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  2. ksbeth says:

    that is amazing.

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  3. Past its prime, but still cool.

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  4. Anie Abraxas says:

    driving on country road to the past…you can find a lot of flair of the past somewhere in nowhere!

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  5. Love it. Sad it was abandoned, but I’ll bet that car has a story to tell.

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  6. ivors20 says:

    Haha, Colleen, most of my cars loo like that, just before I pass them in. all my old rust buckets would’ve fill the paddock ….thanks for the trip down memory lane….

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  7. I do hope that lots of children have great adventures playing in the yesterday you found!

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  8. Debra says:

    Colorfully set against the green of the field it looks like a fabulous a piece of installation art! Love it!

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  9. reocochran says:

    This reminds me of the rusty Studebaker I found in the weeds up in Buckeye Valley school area, back in the spring! I always admire an old car still showing shiny silver part while not ashamed to show “a little age on it!” 😉

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  10. reocochran says:

    Oh, I let my “age” show in my blue veiny legs and in my hair. . . But my youth shows up like yours does in being playful and enjoying life 90-95% of the time.

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