Pine Apple, Alabama
There wasn't much of anything (nothing) on the agenda for the next Town Hall meeting.
Although the building is small I suspect half the population could attend a meeting.
About the same size (population: 132) as yesterday's Willington, South Carolina, Pine Apple looked to be in better shape, although I still saw no businesses in operation, only an art studio. They have Front Porch Tour in the spring taking visitors back to the day when front porches were for socializing and visiting with friends and neighbors. Contrast that with a Hunter Appreciation Day in November.
The hardware was not open and hadn't been for some time.
I could well imagine some of the fine foods that were once served in this cafe,
if this fine signage is any indication. But that lock had been there for awhile it appeared.
Neat pair of doors.
While there taking this picture, standing off to the side to avoid the selfie image that was all too distracting, I could only think how could a motorcycle shop have prospered here? Only when doing this post did it dawn on me that it is two separate words for completely different products. Oh well, I like the name and design anyway. I see too that I should have done a close-up of the nicely rusted door handle contrasting with the chrome lock.
Guess I will have to go back and do that.