Up to my old tricks

One of my favorite things about the woods is finding the unexpected.  Around here conservation land usually has a past, meaning it hasn’t always been conservation land.  A lot of it has been logged, farmed, lived on, mined and used for lots of other things, often yielding up its secrets decades later.  This bridge isn’t necessarily one of them, but the nearby stone loading bay full of trash from before the days of plastic is.  Passing by on the road you’d never know either was there unless you looked.

Time Marches On
Time Stands Still

And what would a trek through the woods on old roads be without an abandoned car?

Further on up the Road
Breakdown
Heading

The roads leading to this site haven’t been passable in decades, but enough of them remain so you can imagine a little of what it was like.  I love finding stuff like this even though I’m a nature girl at heart.  Maybe it’s because of the way nature reclaims its ground.  How it weathers, ages and reduces in grandeur the works of man.  Except for those glass bottles.   Those will probably last forever.

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  1. There’s always bullet holes in these cars. Like target practice was their destiny. Your last image even has bullet holes in the dash.

  2. One of the many reasons I love to wander the wood of New England, you never know what relics man has left behind.

    And Joe, there is an unwritten law in these parts that says an abandoned vehicle will be discovered by rednecks and shot 🙂

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