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Weathered Old Shed – Rural Québec
A short post this week with only one door, but I’m sure you’ll agree it was worth stopping for.
Last weekend we actually had some warm sunny weather. It made a nice change from the cold and the rain, so we decided to take advantage and go exploring the back roads not too far from home here in the Lanaudière region north east of Montréal.
Despite having to make a few detours to avoid closed roads due to flooding caused by the sudden spring melt and heavy rains, it was a pleasant drive in the country.
At one point we came around a bend and saw this wood and tar-papered shed, complete with a rusted old tin roof.
We slowed down to give it the once-over as we drove past, and of course decided we should stop to get out and take a closer look.
The beat-up old window with both a cracked and missing pane of glass sealed the deal for me.
It was locked and it seemed that someone is still using for storage. Who knows, it may well have been used as a house at some point many years ago…
I just know that places that seem to have this much ‘life experience’ make me want to stop and examine more closely. In this case I’m sure glad I did.
As always I thank you for stopping in 🙂
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