The ammo barn


We finally came down from the mountain (sounds weird but it’s the truth) and got into town for an hour or two today. And we came upon this place on the way back. I know that guns are a cultural thing. You either grow up with them, or you don’t. And I didn’t, so that must be why the idea of “Firearms and Pawn” seems so alien to me. When people travel, they don’t just see the local sites, but they step outside their comfort zones, too. And when I get back home in a week, there won’t be any ammo barns around. That’s just fine with me.

2 thoughts on “The ammo barn

    1. Actually, east of the Kennedy expressway is safer than the rest of the city. But Chicago does have its issues, yes.

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