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Oops ... That's what happened to one of my old barns....
Cow fodder. EEeeeuuu!!!! :-) Thanks Tex.
Okay, I rest my case! What if you'd been in there snooping around at the moment it decided to disintegrate??? You'd be fodder for that cow you just posted. Or worse!
Capitol O on the oops, this time, Li. :-) Thanks for coming by.Lucky me. I already moved my sti.....nevermind, aggie :-)) ThanksI hear something moving in there Jc and its saying : J..a..c..k.......h...e..l..pp m...e....It does look like that Pg and maybe we could get Robryan to help if she shows up. Thanks.Come on, Robyn...Pg and I'll take care of you. Just think of all the coooool eyes under there! :-)))) Thanks.No Plum, No. Robbos may be under there yet. JC, we need help!!! ThanksI see lots of birdhouse parts in there chickie. Make em and then sell em out of your old building Pg and I will help you get it ready to rent, with our erector set tools. :-)) Hay fever? Thanks.
Been sneezing and blowing my nose all night. Yep, coulda been me. I see a lot of birdhouse roofs in that pile.
Got a match?
It's all yours pg!! You never know what's hiding under that lot!! Good find warbler!!
Just like the old erector sets. Tin and all. Great find and a fun project to do n the cool months.
Robbos still alive???
oh my, great heap there warbler.
Again -- oops!
Yes, It might have been chickie, but I'm not sure. :-)
Did somebody sneeze?
Can't win them all, lyndee. Thanks. I'm away from home, seeing if I can put on puzzles in primitive conditions. Yea!
A day late and a dollar short warbler!