When I first started the photographic part of this project in 2006, I didn’t want to interfere or intrude upon any homeowners who still remained. I avoided this small part of Weskan for this reason… to give them their privacy. They moved out soon after I started this blog, last October, from the “free stuff” photo of their front yard. The house itself is a cute yellow suburban home, predictable yet easily and comfortably livable. In fact, the three houses left on Weskan could be summarized in this way…. for that reason, this street has become a new favorite area of mine. Aside from some broken windows, the three houses in this section were mainly untouched. They are starting to show many more signs of neglect, but they are not victim to the vandalism more hidden streets like Manteca has seen, nor have these homes experienced the level of weirdness as the house on Ralls. No, in fact, these houses at first were boring in their inabilty to stand out. Be it that they are an untouched rarity in the disparaging neighborhood, or final nearly-preserved examples of what Carrollton houses were truly like, they are starting to draw my photographic eye in for a closer look. Although the yellow 4095 Weskan house is now gone, the last two are getting more attention.