Surrounded by over-grown trees, bushes and an unkempt yard, this abandoned home just off the main road of a small town in Cache Valley, Northern Utah, pricked my curiosity. Sporting a TV dish on the south wall, all indications were that it had provided some sort of accommodations to someone in the not too distant past. As the late afternoon sun softened the harsh lines of the house, the window with the peeling white shutters caught my attention. As I took frame after frame, it became clear that the house had provided more than just a shelter. Sitting on a table so in the lower left window frame, I finally noticed an empty (at least that is what I assumed) Budwiser beer bottle revealing that the abandoned house had been used by temporary visitors seeking more than just a roof over their heads.
Cache Valley, Northern Utah