Here's a mystery this morning. How many of these little intrigues do you encounter in your daily trips to work or play and back? Each spring there is usually a torrent of water making its way down this steep hill towards the Saco River nearby. Driving by, I have always wondered about what the W.B.S.C. 1892 refers to though. Hey, will I survive if I never uncover its meaning? You betcha! Oh ya, another clue. There is an electrical dam nearby. Anybody want to hazard a guess?
Nope, but I like the shot.ReplyDelete
Cool shot. Did you find out what the Letters mean?ReplyDelete
I like the cottage window in the previous post. MB
Hee! I yahooed it and came up with Western Branch Soccer Club. Guessing that's not it. :)ReplyDelete
Nice shot in any case.
Not sure about the meaning, but it is an intriguing photo. Mystery just makes it better.ReplyDelete
Darryl and Ruth : )
Well maybe the s stands for Saco but I'd probably need 100 more clues...ReplyDelete
this is a great shot and has such depth. hdr perhaps? i need to to more hdr. the photos have such a great lookReplyDelete
I need to think on this one some more!ReplyDelete
I though I would unfold the mystery and did my usual "Research" in Google only to find out that your blog is ranked No.1 with the keyword w.b.s.c 1892 and no other helpful information.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shot, I have to admit.
Some very artsy photos lately! I love the ones that really capture the sense of our East Coast Portland! Loved the one of the reflection in the window with the statue of Jesus. Robert (Athens Daily) would love it for his Sunday Psalms!ReplyDelete
Wacko Boys Supper Club. On the Saco River. No?ReplyDelete
Well, I like all of the suggestions! I have no idea, but I do like this shot!ReplyDelete
Nice shot but I am clueless.ReplyDelete
Nice shot but I have also no idea:) Greetings!ReplyDelete
I believe the "W.B" stands for West Buxton, since it is in West Buxton and is near the West Buxton Road. I also believe that it may have something to do with a canal that fed the farmlands with irrigation for the crops. The "S. C." may stand for Saco Canal since there were many canals off the river that fed the farms.ReplyDelete