03/30/06 11:17 - 62ºF - ID#25717
03/30/06 06:42 - 62ºF - ID#25716
03/23/06 12:49 - 34ºF - ID#25715
For you tortoise lovers
03/21/06 08:27 - 30ºF - ID#25714
Steve and Dave's Toxic Waste Adventures
I was born here in Lewiston NY at Mount St. Mary's Hospital.
5300 Military Rd.
Lewiston NY 14902
We found Jesus along the way.
We fed our addiction to oil here.
I didn't know where we were going. Luckily I didn't need to know, because we had spotted a large caravan of Modern Waste trucks....."Quick Steve follow that trash!"
Hi Ho Hi Ho off to work I go!
1,2,3,4,5.....6 (Number of trucks we are following)
4746 Model City Road
PO Box 209
Model City, NY 14107-0209
Toll Free: 800.662.0012
Local: (716) 754.8226
In case any of you have some toxic waste in need of disposing....give these guys a call.
What is inside those containers?
Right turn onto Swann Dr. Sign for KOA Campgrounds pointing us in this direction.
"Steve, I'm scared!"
Pletcher Rd. Isn't it beautiful?
Modern Landfill Dr. A dead end.
Entrance to landfill. Notice the American and Canadian flags.
Look for your H2Gro sticker at your local supermarket. Modern Corp. the owners of the Modern Landfill grow tomatoes in a greenhouse accross the street from the dump. Sun Valley Farms distributes them to our local markets.
Check out the link. They look delicious!
The Lewiston-Porter School campus was built on a portion of the 7,500 acre LOOW site. Many are concerned of toxins on the campus. I went to the campus to search for health reports and the woman gave me this link:
However, she hasn't read any of the reports even though she posted them herself to the schools website. She said she didn't have time, and the fact is I don't either.
Where have all the people gone? Faded for sale signs hang in the windows. As I took pictures, I began to feel ill.
These mobile homes filled with teenagers live accross the street from the abandoned homes.
Old government mailbox seen inside the LOOW. The government originally acquired the land from local farmers. Originally LOOW was a site for the production of TNT during WWII.
If i wanted to get in I could, but I don't want to
Unfortunately, the wildlife can't read the signs.
US. Govt. Property
Niagara Falls Storage Site. This is where the radioactive waste from the atomic bombs is kept. While I was taking pictures, all of my senses went numb. I had the urge to vomit. Everypart of my being told me to get out of there. Something was making me very ill.
Please enter your security code.
Beautiful home for sale. Any takers?
Let the children play! A nearby resident told me that she had moved in a few months ago. She said her child plays in the woods all the time. When I asked her if she knew of the radioactive waste from the atom bombs she said that I was wrong. The bombs were made in Tennessee. How right she is. They just took the waste and disposed of it here.
We ate at a local restaurant in Youngstown zip code 14174. The waitress informed us that this area has the highest rate of multiple sclerosis in the country. As she is not from the area, she tells us that many people in the area have rotted teeth. As she turned away to turn in our order, a man with the classic M.S. crutches walks by the window.
After lunch, we had enough of Niagara County for one day.
03/10/06 06:54 - 36ºF - ID#25713
View from AirTran.
03/10/06 06:47 - 36ºF - ID#25712
Ok, I'm trying to test puting photos on the site. I'm having troubles. Not very techincally inclined. These creatures are from the Tampa Zoo.
03/09/06 07:56 - 51ºF - ID#25711
So here I am exposed to the world in one of those ridiculous tourist attraction photo opportunities (Yes, I am supposed to be a Manatee). I really don't like these things. These "things" you are supposed to put your head through so someone can take your picture. Really, I only did it because it made someone happy, I guess that is all that matters.
Thanks Paul for elmwoodstrip.com. You must have a wonderful PR person, how else would I have known of this? Great job!