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  • Dmitry Kurushin
    NewbieDotCom.Com
    Comments: 19

    Are you worried that one day you’ll actually find drugs in some abandoned shack in the woods? Or the skeleton of the last owner?

  • Nasuth
    NewbieDotCom.Com
    Comments: 17

    I had a stove just like that in the house we moved to when I was 5 in ’87!

  • Spike
    Spike
    Leader of the Decepticons
    Comments: 208

    Kinda interesting to see.
    Yeah that structure up there where they’ve put extra beds just looks horribly unstable, like it’d collapse at any second. I’d definitely not trust it to carry my weight, or even the weight of my kid if I had one, even brand-new I expect it wasn’t all that stable.

    I wonder why this place was abandoned and left to rot. It looks as though it was decent until the ravages of time got to it.

  • likalaruku
    likalaruku
    Completely Useless Now
    Comments: 759

    I miss the summer already. It’s dark by 5pm, it’s too cold to be hiking in the woods, & if you wear a sweater, it will snag onto every tree & bush in your path.

    Hmmm….. Glass bottles, gas can, propane, paint buckets, water bottles, small containers, kettle, paper plates…Those are some of the things on the “how to spot a meth lab” list.

    So that’s what my oven would look like if I never cleaned it.

    I read that jarred pickles could sit for as long as 30 years before rotting, but cant’ find anything to back up that claim.