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October 2, 2014

Wow friends! I was blown away by all your kind comments on yesterday's shot. Thank you so much.

This a closer look at the semi-restored home of Alonzo Russell in the ghost town of Grafton, Utah. The town of Grafton was a Morman Community established in 1859. This two-story house was built by Alonzo Russell for his third wife in 1862. His second wife lived in a very tiny house just to the right of this home, and his first wife lived in a home that was approximately 200 yards away.

The buildings of Grafton were built from hand-made adobe bricks from the mud just west of town on the banks of the Virgin River.

Have a stunning day today my friends!

Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
October 2, 2014  Wow friends!  I was blown away by all your kind comments on yesterday's shot.  Thank you so much.    This a closer look at the semi-restored home of Alonzo Russell in the ghost town of Grafton, Utah.  The town of Grafton was a Morman Community established in 1859.  This two-story house was built by Alonzo Russell for his third wife in 1862.  His second wife lived in a very tiny house just to the right of this home, and his first wife lived in a home that was approximately 200 yards away.  The buildings of Grafton were built from hand-made adobe bricks from the mud just west of town on the banks of the Virgin River.    Have a stunning day today my friends!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
October 2, 2014

Wow friends! I was blown away by all your kind comments on yesterday's shot. Thank you so much.

This a closer look at the semi-restored home of Alonzo Russell in the ghost town of Grafton, Utah. The town of Grafton was a Morman Community established in 1859. This two-story house was built by Alonzo Russell for his third wife in 1862. His second wife lived in a very tiny house just to the right of this home, and his first wife lived in a home that was approximately 200 yards away.

The buildings of Grafton were built from hand-made adobe bricks from the mud just west of town on the banks of the Virgin River.

Have a stunning day today my friends!

Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
Photo by: Lgood · See photo in original gallery.

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