One Photo With So Many Yummy Nuggets

At first glance, cool! Neto log cabin store thing

Every now and then we find one image with so many goodies it. And well, today is one of those days. These sorts of old stores are gone sadly, The embodied far more than the stuff for sale, but the entire lifestyle all this stuff together formed. They all just go together in perfect harmony.

Chris Craft engine on its stand with advertising and tags. WOW, this is how these should be shown at shows.

The sign and a cool light

The Coke Machine. YES A COKE MACHINE. These are rare versions of Coke Machines, And before social media. Its just a Coke Machine, nothing more.

Love love this style of furniture, with the magazine holder.


12 replies
  1. Mike D
    Mike D says:

    Matt how much time do you spend on the internet looking for these unique photos? I’m starting think you have a whole office of elves doing all this work. Damn, you make me look like a slacker. What’s up in your life for next year? I doubt anyone could have anticipated that you would buy a marina this year. How about we have a contest to forecast what off-the-wall activity you come up with next year? There also are another 5 days of this crazy year that you could surprise us with. Looking forward for this year to end.

  2. Greg Lewandowski
    Greg Lewandowski says:

    Not exactly marine related, but I thought I would share an old photo of what the wall of our cottage garage looked like when the original owner had it. He was a retired Detroit cop that had a fondness for firearms. The old neighbors all loved him and told us he would throw some wild parties at the lake with his old cop buddies.

  3. Charley Brown and the gang
    Charley Brown and the gang says:

    Chug A Lug. That looks like it would have been a fun place to hang out at…… Mike D ..I heard rumors Matt’s buying the Hacker factory from Fish brothers and he’s gonna start making boats..

    • Chug-A-Lug
      Chug-A-Lug says:

      Mom’s still running resort.She’ll be 90 next summer.Some of the same fisherpersons have been coming over 50 years.Here’s one of 6 rental cabins

    • Steve Anderson from Michigan
      Steve Anderson from Michigan says:

      You know, this has been a hidden obsession for me for a long time. Down on Judge Street in Mt Clemens is the dying remains. It would be awesome to put a new roof, doors and windows in it, even just as winter storage space. If anyone has a line on making it a reality, let me know!

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