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So, whenever I do laundry I always make sure to to take part in a walking tour of the city to kill some time and I thought I would include some more of my photography to show off some of the sights around town!

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As you can see there is quite a lot to look at in the general vicinity of my laundromat.  Up first we have ‘Sacks’ which appears to be a storefront with something hidden inside – you can’t quite make out what they sell to be honest.  I’m guessing sacks of some type, but who knows for sure.

The second was a dead end street I stumbled upon after crossing the tracks.  The third is a picture of the tracks, and the fourth picture is a hidden path I found that led right down to the tracks themselves.  I almost hopped a train to escape Syracuse, but ultimately decided to move on to the delightful underpass shown in the last picture.

That’s it, that’s your tour of East Syracuse near the Colonial Laundromat where you can find me most Thursday’s either playing Frogger or walking around town with my head down to avoid making eye contact with the people with unclean clothing!


1 Comment

  1. debbiedigital says:

    omg this is hilarious

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