Like this blog, this building is a work in progress, especially over the past few months. I believe it was an old cheese factory and then it sold tires. For years it was lived in, but abandoned a couple of years ago. Hopefully it will get fixed up soon.
One of these days I may run into the people who are fixing it up. I really want to talk to them about what they're doing. It would be a fascinating place to explore.
Location: Northeast Wisconsin
This is another fantastic channel for a social studies class: Bright Sun Channel
The information in each episode is well written and well presented. It's also a good mix of historical and modern history, economics, and interesting topics. There are several series such as Abandoned, Story of and Bankrupt. Jake is a good narrator and each episode is well thought out and well organized.
My Five top picks of videos (in no particular order):
Abandoned - Centralia
Story of the Oceanos
Story of Andrea Doria
Abandoned - Houston Astrodome
Abandoned - Charity Hospital
Teachers and homeschoolers should definitely check out this channel.
Took a trip around the countryside and discovered this lovely. Perhaps at one point it was a general store. It is on a busy county road. It isn't a very welcoming place today, but I bet in the past it was a hoppin' spot! Hopefully one day it can be fixed up. With a good wifi connection, the owners could have offered this place as a "learning pod," during these COVID times.
Location is Rural Oconto County and there is a Private Property Sign in the building. Take only pictures and leave only tire tracks or footprints.
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