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Rustic Photograph - Saddle Store 3 Of 3 by Jason Politte

Saddle Store 3 Of 3 is a photograph by Jason Politte which was uploaded on July 16th, 2012.

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I can certainly understand the personal history. It looks like just a great, beautiful place. Glad to here it's going to be there for a while.

This is just so very good. We lived in Arkansas for a time, and it was about as beautiful as a person could ever ask for. Seems pretty obvious that this old building could tell the tales. Maybe some best not talked about! f/v

Jason Politte replied:

Thank you very much for you comments on all three images, Don. You chose my favorite for the feature. This store was owned by my step-grandfather for several years, so there's a bit of personal history associated with this old building. It's also on the National Register of Historic Places, so it shouldn't go anywhere anytime soon.