A Quick and Fun Trip to Ashland

This week my husband spent the week in Ashland for work. I got to join him for the last couple of days and it was a total blast. A total hot and humid blast but still a blast.

We checked out an old ghost town south of Jacksonville called Buncom and here are some photos:
Buncom Sign

Buncom Post Office

This is the original post office of Buncom Oregon.

 

Country Store Buncom

This was the local Country Store.

Church Buncom

It appears that this might have been a church? There are pews inside the building.

 

We also had the privilege of visiting an old cemetery. Here are some pictures of that fun adventure. We were careful not to walk on anyone. Full cemetery respect was given. Unless you aren’t supposed to take pictures. In which case, I’m sunk.

Sterlingville Cemetery Sign

I loved this simple grave with two hearts.

I loved this simple grave with two hearts.

This was a very touching headstone with one side being the wife and the other side being the husband. "Together Forever" Also, If my headstone could sound half as inspiring as this one...I'd consider myself lucky.

This was a very touching headstone with one side being the wife and the other side being the husband. “Together Forever” Also, If my headstone could sound half as inspiring as this one…I’d consider myself lucky.

And here is the husband's side. It was neat to see that he invented something that my husband deals with everyday in his job.

And here is the husband’s side. It was neat to see that he invented something that my husband deals with everyday in his job.

We also got to watch the World Cup in historic Jacksonville which was fun! Go Germany! All in all, it was a fantastic trip. We checked out two local breweries (and therefore I bought two new t-shirts…for my server job of course) was serenaded by classical guitar and all of this in less than 72 hours. We made the most of it folks!

Serah

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