Tales of Ruin, Tales of Hope – 2

Sunday was another beautiful day and this time we headed to Detroit to see an art show a friend was in and had put together. It just so happened that Sunday was the big St. Patrick’s Day celebration in what is known in Detroit as Cork Town, due to its close proximity to the old Detroit Tiger stadium. I had never seen this sort of St. Patty’s celebration, I mean, it was immense. Crazy. Wow! I never got into the holiday because, well, I don’t drink and am not that Irish. While downtown we took pics of the chaos and I suddenly found myself within sight of Michigan Central Station, an abandoned rail station that has to be seen to believed. It is immense, scary, and wonderful. We had a fantastic time, until that is, we got back to my car and found the passenger side window busted out. Awesome. The night only got worse from there but, there are good memories from the day and some really cool pictures of a city that is far from dead from the looks of it.

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