It seemed to me to be part of metro Bisbee. After all, the main-and-maybe-only street of Lowell is the site of the Bisbee Breakfast Club, recommended by our hotel (indubitably located in Bisbee) for – wait for it – breakfast.
Bisbee is a community of about 5,575 (2010 census), roughly matching its elevation in feet (5,538). A coincidence, I’m sure. Well, almost sure.
Lowell is adjacent to the Lavender Pit Mine, whose fence was featured here last week, so you see how it all ties together.
No? Well, never mind. It doesn’t have to make sense to be picturesque, and picturesque it is.