Day 133

Bohemian Club

August 6th, 2010


  1. John in MI says:

    I’m sure this is where Bohemian Rhapsody was written (or at least was the inspiration.)

    • MN Roxanne says:

      I can hum it and rewrite the lyrics…. Matt is the walking champion our friend… he’ll go on walking to the end… he is our champion, he is our champion….

  2. hks says:

    Did you get to meet Edie Brickell there?

  3. Candice In Alabama says:

    Does it meet in the basement?

  4. katzien in austin says:

    Cool! I know the secret knock too. ;-)

  5. Lori from Calif. says:

    Congrats John in MI for being #1 – I’m #5 – been following Matt for a while but usually my comments are at the bottom! Love Bohemian Rhapsody – was a big Queen fan back in the day!

    • John in MI says:

      Lori, it was the weirdest thing today. I happened to check in on Matt at the exact time he was uploading pictures, so the new ones just kept coming. Every time I’d post a response, there’d be another new shot. I felt like I was at an ATM that was pumping out money. I must admit I did feel a bit like a first-poster-hog; apologies to the hobo planet.

  6. Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

    This little place looks pretty dried up. So does the one across the street. I like old buildings though. Nice pics Matt and nice catch. Hey, researches out there, what can you find on these places? Anyone? Locals?

  7. Janette says:

    The “Bohemian” was a tavern, it shut down 20-21 years ago, and is now owned by a guy here that does woodworking. Very talented guy who has a big contract with a very very famous person, but we’re not allowed to say her name, it’s in his contract that he can’t say who he is working for. The bldg across the street has been several things, grocery, cafe…The library was the city hall, city hall/library, now just library. We have a new city hall bldg.

  8. Janette says:

    No, he doesn’t do work in there. Mostly storage, he has another bldg in town, used to be the city shop. Hmmmm

  9. Janette says:

    Janine, Endicott is about 70 miles south of Spokane.

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