I sure do. I like reading up on the local history of every town I have inhabited. I like finding out a city or village's origins and backstory. Some restaurants or museums will show photographs of images captured in time of that town. I live in the west, and it's actually very fascinating to see what my home town looked like as a wild western style movie. Sometimes you can recognize it, sometimes you can't. It's amazing to see what these towns looked like before they were built; seeing the roads made of mud and dirt, and people had to keep dry by walking on boardwalks. Even the natural landscape is different. I frequently visited a town that was named Klamath Falls. but the falls the town was named after was all dammed up. But the falls can be found in historic photos. Even the buildings 100 or more years ago looked prettier. Some are still standing to this day, but a lot of them, including a spectacular clock tower, were demolished to give way to uglier soulless buildings that were popular in the 1960s. There is a pioneer graveyard a few blocks from my home. It is really cool and I walk there every day for exercise. I love the look of these old hand carved graves; they are so much spookier than the modern laser etched ones. Sadly, a few decades ago, some fuckheads smashed more than half of them with sledge hammers. There were some grave stones of real Oregon trail pioneers too. One grave said "Killed by Indians" and another said "Killed by a Grizzly bear" I know of some rocks on an island out in a lake where there are some petroglyphs that nobody seems to know about. I'm not even sure if the survivors of tribe knows about them. I hope these rock paintings remain undisturbed, and last another 100+ years before nature completely rinses them away. Because there are people out there, who chip and chisel away at native american rock paintings. I don't know why the fuck they do that. Because even if they managed to break every piece off, take them home, and reassemble the petroglyph, it's going to look unauthentic and shitty. Even if you break one piece off as a souvenir, it will look insignificant without the rest of the painting. I wish more effort was taken to protect and preserve history. And I'm sad to say that it is going to take a lot more than changing laws and being tougher on vandalism to stop it.