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Rural Exploration Ep -12 – Abandoned in Forgotten Southern Tennessee – Frankewing!

Click here and Join me on another epic rural exploration micro adventure in “Abandoned Rural Exploration Ep -12 – Forgotten Southern Tennessee – Frankewing!” Frankewing, Tennessee has everything a rural exploration micro adventure could ask for – abandoned buildings, homes and barns and so much more. According to Wikipedia:“Frankewing is an unincorporated community in Giles …

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Rural Exploration Ep-11 – Abandoned somewhere near Anderson, AL.!

Click here to join me and my Yellow Lab on another awesome Rural Exploration micro adventure! In Rural Exploration Ep-11 – Abandoned somewhere near Anderson, AL.! I go for another micro-adventure close to home in search of abandoned barns, homes and more. In this rural exploration micro-adventure I find all that and more! More, in …

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Rural Exploration Ep-10 – Abandoned Near The State Line Lounge, Minor Hill, TN.

Click here to join me on another incredible Rural Exploration micro adventure! In this micro-adventure, Rural Exploration Ep-10 – Abandoned Near The State Line Lounge, Minor Hill, TN., I go exploring in a rural area near Minor Hill. Tn. with my yellow lab, Sadie! It turns out to be a great micro-adventure! As I go …

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Rural Exploration – Abandoned off Hwy 99

Today’s micro-adventure is all about rural exploration of abandoned stuff, abandoned homes, abandoned barns, and more, just off Hwy 99 in Limestone County, Alabama. In today’s episode of rural exploration I go in search of abandoned barns, abandoned homes and more in rural areas of North Alabama.Rural Exploration is the exploration of man made structures …

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Rural Exploration – Abandoned Stuff in Paint Rock Valley!

In this rural exploration micro-adventure I explore abandoned barns, homes and more in Paint Rock Valley, Alabama!There are so many abandoned homes, barns and homesteads to explore in rural America that many will never see. It’s rural art and photography at it’s best. As I explore these areas I also hope to provide a way …

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