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Weekend Plans
entry by McBain 
5/7/2005 2:07 AM

With this being the first full weekend off for me in quite a while, I am not too sure what I want to do. There is finally some nice weather expected, temps in the high teens. I think I will be heading out exploring at an old abandoned Motel just East Of Kingston.

I have driven by this hotel numerous times, and there has been a real estate sign posted at the location for as long as I can remember. The windows and doors appeared to be boarded up. There is an old in-ground pool outside that looks to have been neglected for years. There also 3 to 4 old school buses on site that appear to have junk inside them.

There are alot of old abandoned buildings, probably from the early 1900's in the town I am in. There is one that has been standing forever that is currently being restored. A large fence outside the perimeter, but looks like easy access to the building.

There is an old windows/door manufacturing place down the street from me that has been abandoned for a couple years now that I am contemplating whether I want to explore it, or if it is worth the risk. The main problem I have with this building is that the Police station is the next door neighbour, and only less than 500 M away.

[last edit 5/7/2005 7:48 PM by McBain - edited 1 times]
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