in Other Love It LOL Cry WIN Castle Rock Ruins and a Tragic Love Story by Kim_Johnson September 18, 2017, 8:29 pm 856 Views 23 Votes 38 Comments Share Tweet Pin Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport Pages:Previous 12Next post What do you think? 23 points Upvote Downvote Share Tweet Pinlakemoneynaturephotosplacestravelvehicle Written by Kim_Johnson 38 Comments Leave a Reply A very tragic story. Unfortunately I can’t see any photos here. Log in to Reply You are correct, the photos are missing. Wow, thanks for pointing that out. Wonder what happened to them. Log in to Reply Shame isn’t it? One of the technical glitches with this website. I think you should feed back to the site admin about it. 1 Log in to Reply It’s a very tragic story, but the photos are stunning Log in to Reply Thank you! Log in to Reply More amazing stories and photos, you never disappoint. The views are stunning. Log in to Reply Much appreciated Carol. : ) Log in to Reply wow I really love the two of the three articles I’ve read so far. I have to go find the 3rd one. Really cool history, Log in to Reply Thank you Ibad, glad you liked this and the first one, the third is about some ruins and a love story. It’s the best one! Log in to Reply oops. I was confused at which article I was on, its early here. lol The first is The Whole Dam Area and the second Lake Wohlford and Bear Valley Dam. Log in to Reply Thanks for new story . Log in to Reply And thank you! Log in to Reply Oh what a tragic story 🙁 That poor guy! But super photos and great prose 🙂 Can you explain why the reservoir is off-limits to everyone? And Earl’s ‘castle’ too? From what I understand, they are on public land – or am I missing something? Log in to Reply It is a drinking reservoir, they don’t want any contaminants.. I guess? Okay, the next question the castle. Back before Earl bought the place it was a 20 acre parcel of land, which was sectioned off and sold. I think the castle part was donated to the city by Earl from what I understand. I hope this answers some questions. Thanks so much for reading each one, much appreciation, always! Log in to Reply What an amazing love story and stunning pictures. Makes me wish I could visit and get the feel of the place. Log in to Reply I loved the story no matter how it might of changed as stories do as they are retold. My feelings were of wonder at first. The physical work that he did is amazing. Shows what a man can do, for no matter the reason if he just puts his mind to it. (Or woman) Then you get kind of mad at Ava.. and lastly you just enjoy each little spot, and let the artist side take over..Click, snap. Log in to Reply Beautiful story, and I wonder how or what it feels like to be loved so profoundly for a husband to go such extend! I love all your shots Log in to Reply No clue.. Wouldn’t that be nice. Thank you once again Icy, I appreciate your input. Log in to Reply An interesting story about the devotion of love. All these beautiful offerings are useless, but not as an inheritance for us. Log in to Reply That’s an interesting way to look at it… ’tis an ill wind indeed that blows no man any good Log in to Reply At least, without the devotion we can not see these pictures is not it? Log in to Reply We shall never know the truth of it… Only stories long since told and retold Log in to Reply More questions than answers.. That is a great way of looking at any ruins, they do tell a story, and more often evokes so many questions.. Thank you Albert. Log in to Reply An inheritance that implies any history, always gives us valuable experience or lessons. You’re most welcome, Kim. Log in to Reply Great story here Kim, sad but often this happens. Log in to Reply True… Our books, poems, and art all portray this. Thank you Pam. Log in to Reply I love looking at the shots you captured of the stairs. LMBO! I just have a thing for it. Log in to Reply I walked around them trying to find that perfect angle, I appreciate your appreciation! Log in to Reply Great story and beautiful pictures Kim Log in to Reply Thank you Gina, I hope you are well! Log in to Reply Cool place and cool pictures of both, the sites and the family. Log in to Reply Your comment made me grin, thanks so much! Log in to Reply I like your striving to show us every day new beautiful places Log in to Reply Thank you Elenka, I do try to post at least 7 a week, sometimes more, sometimes less. Life gets in the way at times. Log in to Reply wow I really love the two of the three articles I’ve read so far. I have to go find the 3rd one. Really cool history, love and a castle never finished. Log in to Reply Thank you Doc, I really appreciate your comments. You always have great input! Log in to Reply Thanks Kim! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.