A couple weekends ago I was out and about and pulled into this one. Can't remember which one it is, it was fenced off so I didn't go in. I strongly suspect this one is going to get renovated sooner rather than later - when you get up close you see the signs of age these old churches get. Yannow what's best about these old ones though? No parking lots! There was a community hall right beside it and it was grass all the way around it too! And it wasn't a soft lawn - I could ride my big bike over it with ease. Park your cruiser on it, or hobble the horses and let 'em start cropping grass! This one was Polish and if I recall Skaro was just a bit up the road and north.
I was gonna light 'er up and head back home and I had barely pulled outta that one - and found this one:
This is the Ukranian Orthodox out at Limestone Lake,
built in 1939. It's grass all the way around too.
Like the intrepid scooter explorer - I just headed out of town because I had to be somewhere else, I guess. Problem is I tend to forget where I went and how I got there! HAR HAR HAR! Sheesh! If a fella has to be somewhere, ya'd think he would at least know where he is!
Oh well, that's just the way it is for some of us. I don't know where I'm going, but I'll soon know where I've been.
That's what my hair looks like!!! :)