Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Lois, it looks to me like there was a fire in the upper portion of the Home. The roof is probably gone, too. It will be alot of work to repair, but it can be done. I am asumming that someone did live in there and it's not abandonded? On the second thought, maybe no one is there. Allot of over-growth. With some work, it looks like it could be a nice looking home.
When DID that happen? That's so sad...
Looks like a party got out of hand.
This is so sad! What a shame...Sorry to hear about what happened to your brother's house, but I'm glad to know no one was hurt. We have never had tornados before but last winter and even in early spring they just happen! Not big tornados but they have made a lot of damage though. Now it's hot, I believe temperature will reach 30ºC today!
Oh that is so sad!
Oh my, what a shame - it looked like it was quite beautiful before the fire. Darryl and Ruth
It's really sad, I hope they can manage to rebuild it...Léia
Those houses are really beautiful but fire can be even more scary in a wooden building.
Ah, that's terrible. I'm with Leia - perhaps it will be restored to its original glory!
That is a very sad sight indeed.
B SQUARED drove by in his Yugo, causing the house to self-immolate.
A very sad picture, Lois. It was a beautiful old house. I hope it can be repaired.
Oh, very sad. It looks like this was once a grand home. I can tell of it's lovliness even in spite of the damage. I love the porch too.
That's too bad. I hope no one was hurt.
Fires are so scary. I hope no one as hurt when that happened.
Shame. Looks like a nice typical old south kind of house, a small Florida Tara
Really sad to see. It looks like this was once a beautiful house and someone's home.
What a sad end for a lovely old house.Sunny
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