Treasures Up North

It’s been awhile since my last post but honestly, I really just haven’t had anything new to post or say.  It’s taken me a few months to even feel like picking up my camera again, but I know it is what I need to be doing to heal and feel better.  These are just a few really beautiful places I found while traveling up north with my dad.

Thank you everyone for sticking with me through my silence!  I hope you like these ones as much as I do.

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Little abandoned house nestled in the wildflowers.  Located in North Central Minnesota, there was not a town to be found for 20 miles in either direction.
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Nestled in the former site of Kimberly, Minnesota, this school house has been left to the elements since it closed its doors in 1961.
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The crumbling remains of a house, now used as a garage space in Northern Minnesota.
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Besides the schoolhouse peacefully sitting on the hill, this little building is the only reminder that there was once a thriving town here known as Kimberly.
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Abandoned Nursing Home, Northern Minnesota.

3 thoughts on “Treasures Up North

  1. Melanie September 2, 2017 / 6:39 PM

    did you go inside any of them?

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    • Jessica Mae Olson September 2, 2017 / 6:50 PM

      These ones were all either locked up tight or had no floor left unfortunately!

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