|In the distance is this huge (but completely wall-less and empty) structure, somewhat obscured by the trees, pretty much the way the Ewoks who built it intended.|
|Next to the barn/Ewok village above is a huge dump where the Imperials threw the trash they accumulated hanging out in the shield bunker with nothing to do but complain about how they never get a turn on the speeder bikes.|
|Pots on the fence posts. Clearly someone was planning some target practice before Luke cut his arms off.|
|Slab. Big, fat slab.|
|And yet the garage in the distance is still standing, albeit blocked by fallen tree limbs and debris.|
|Another skinned trailer. I don't know what the story is here. Are trailer pelts all the rage on the Paris runways this season?|
|Inside the trailer is every kind of trash but white.|
|Another set of buildings. Note the piles of bricks just left of center (for a start). Free paper weights if you haven't gone completely digital yet.|
|And the walls... come crumblin' tumblin' down.|
|This place used to be a computer business. Now it's the worst-funded museum of old software packages.|
|...and when there was no meat, we ate
fowl. And when there was no fowl, we ate crawdad. And when
there was no crawdad to be found, we ate sand.
You ate what?
We ate sand.
|The building was a fireplace showroom. Clearly someone had some anger management issues though and probably shouldn't be in anyone's living room.|
|And yet somehow he had enough friends to give him a boost to the ceiling to punch a hole through that (and everything else).|
|The barn featured at the beginning collapsed. I'm not surprised, considering there was so little holding it up still. I wonder if the insurance would cover events like this years after an "act of God" like a tornado or being molested by a priest. Okay, in the case of the latter, apparently so.|
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