If you ever attended the Mt Pocono Feast of Tabernacles site you would remember over 10,000 people, huge parking lots that seemed miles away from the tent/convention building, spanking tents, trams, food stands stocked with donuts and all beef hot dogs, briefcases, long dresses, freezing cold, walking in huge rainstorms back to your car, surviving an almost direct hit by a tornado that sent the tent bouncing and flapping in the gale force winds, and so much more.
Above you see the depressing remnants of the old feast site. The large parking lots are to the left, the Administration building is in the center and the tabernacle site was right where the road leads into the Administration building lot. There are lots of dead trees, denuded landscaping. Just like the Church of God as a whole, it symbolizes a dead church slowly being eaten up by decay.