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Ogilville, Freetown, and Clear Spring: the opposite of Urban

My wife has family near Clear Spring in Jackson County.  Here’s a small sampling of the structures that can be found on the way.
First, Ogilville.  Nice old general store, and not much else to speak of.



Across the road, I declared this the world’s shortest sidewalk:

The sky was perfect that day:
 
Freetown is next:

No Name Street.  For real:
Finally, Clear Spring.  Former school:

This general store was open last year.  I was sad to see it closed.  The sign reads “since 1898′.
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3 Responses to “ “Ogilville, Freetown, and Clear Spring: the opposite of Urban”

  1. thundermutt says:

    And if you go stay nearer the intersection of IN 58 at I-65, you get…suburban office/industrial park! Featuring Cummins, Mitsubishi, Toyota, NTN and more.

  2. Kevin says:

    I saw that as well. Not exactly the pastoral feel I was going for here…

  3. mheidelberger says:

    A sidewalk to a bed of dead flowers…whoo hoo!

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