San Antonio sights

2009 June 19

Here’s the view from our shipper’s dock in San Antonio. This is actually what I was staring at when the action in the following post started. Cool old abandoned building, huh? At least I hope it’s abandoned.

Cool old abandoned building in San Antonio

Cool old abandoned building in San Antonio

5 Responses
  1. 2009 June 20

    OK, cool picture, BUT….


    I swear, one of these days, I’m going to meet the two of you…even if I have to stalk you around the country (cause I can do that, you know).

  2. 2009 June 20
    Chaos permalink

    Neat! I wonder what it used to be. And why the windows are so big!

  3. 2009 June 21

    Except for approx. 6 months (various automotive shutdowns) I have driven through San Antonio every week for the last 6.75 years and at least once a month James and I swear we’re going to take a weekend off and explore the city. Like you said it has some scurvy areas but what large city doesn’t?

  4. 2009 June 21

    Awesome photo. Thanks for sharing.
    And? I love San Antonio. It really is a great place to explore.

  5. 2009 June 24


    Good luck picking us out of the 273,859 other TWMNBN trucks. :)


    Stace thinks they are so big because the building was probably built before lighting was easily available so the huge windows let in more sunlight. More light = easier to work the peeons’ fingers to the bone. I don’t know how they exploited the poor workers on cloudy days. :)


    I have a mental list of all the places I would like to explore at my leisure.

    Scurvy areas aren’t at all a negative in my view. In lots of ways I find them much more interesting than the fancy-pants cookie-cutter areas of a city that ends up on postcards.


    Thanks, it was a really cool old building. I have to admit that San Antonio is one of the countless cities that fall into the camp of “only visited to pick-up or deliver a load then got the hell out of town.” But it’s on my explore-list. Only in the dead middle of winter though cause that heat they have down there… that’s just wrong.

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