Lost Americana is about telling the stories of the people who live in rural America.
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Saw a for sale sign here. Still thinking about calling it.
What kid (of any age) wouldn't smile sitting at an old school soda fountain counter? Chugwater Soda Fountain.
Hay bails lay untouched next to The Chugwater Soda Fountain. A must visit, especially in the summer. In Chugwater, just off I-25.a home in Lane County Kansas.
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Always impressed when I see an Aero-Motor wind mill from Chicago, still working.
Another home that has seen more cows inside than people.
The tracks are still in use, but the grain silo in Chugwater has been vacant for some time now.
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