This one sits in the front yard of a now abandoned house in sight of our mailbox. Burder still lived in the house when we first moved here but the building had been turned into a storage place long since.
At least I think I remember being told it was a store . . . I'm writing this late at night and have no one to ask if I'm making this up.
At one time little stores like this dotted the roads -- before cars were common, almost everyone had a store within walking distance.
Of course, with progress and cars, the little stores have died out, just as the larger family run groceries, drugstores, etc, are falling before the cheaper prices and larger inventory of big box stores.
And even the big box stores are feeling the cold wind of change generated by the internet . . .
I'm going to have to find someone who might remember when Burder's store was open and can tell me what might have been for sale there.
Always assuming that it was a store . . .