Photo: The Homeland

The Homeland
The red Ondura roofing Dad added to our sheds, with our house in the background. We haven’t done any work on the tar and gravel roof. It was installed right before we moved in, 16 years ago (1993-03).

Ondura roofing is widely regarded as biodegradable garbage, but it’s working well for us. Talk to me in ten years. It might disintegrate soon.

The trailer I live in and am typing from now is not visible in this shot. It’s behind the mess of buildings.

Canon Rebel XTi, EF 28-135mm, 1/1000, F4, 28mm, ISO200, 2009-08-15T15:50:59-04, 20090815-195059rxt

Location: Thripp Residence, Ormond Beach, FL  32174-7227

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