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Sunny Corner



Here we are at Sunny Corner.  The dance hall looks a bit forbidding but what a lovely name for a town.

I would have predicted that somewhere in these hills would be a loggers camp but this is a reasonable sized town (population 170) that looks like it's been around a while. It is a bit of an artists colony today.

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  1. Is there an etymological connection between facade and face? Has to be, surely!

    I like this style of facade.

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  2. Maybe the artists could give it a facelift but I do like the irony of the current state.

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  3. The contrast with the name of the town is sublime!

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