Saturday, January 30, 2016


Olivet is a small town near Pomona Lake. (According to its Facebook page, there are about 64 residents.)

We saw a couple of storage facilities where folks were keeping their boats in the off-season, an old church with an outhouse, a community center, and a fire station. It was a pretty countrified town, and a few of the yards were packed with the skeletons of old cars and machines.

Perhaps my favorite part of the town was an amazing deer blind mounted atop a truck that had been painted olive green. It was a true testament to ingenuity and resourcefulness.

We did get out to see the train pass by, but that was about all we could find to do here. Also, Myrick did a great job of taking our picture in front of the outhouse behind the church!

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