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A fine puzzle! Thank you, melissaw4.

RockysRider, I sure can relate to your post. There are lots of old barns where I live, and some really special people who own them. I've known people who collected great old cars, farm machinery, horse tack, and, well, you name it. Those folks are truly special, and their collections could be in museums. I feel honored to have been able to experience so many great collections.


There's a barn similar to this about a mile up the road from where we live. The couple who lived there for many years, collected small engine machines. He passed away a few years ago, and his wife decided to move, thus demanding the sale of those engines and collection of farm machinery. It was amazing! The top of the barn was absolutely loaded with antique farm machines...very neat and organized. The ramp / bridge made it easy to get large pieces of equipment into the top level. The lower level had been where the livestock was kept 'back in the day.' It was also full of machinery at the time of the sale.

The man was fastidious in the manner with which he cared for his property. Everything was always manicured and neat. His machines were a big hit at the local Fair, too. They ran - because he cared so much for them and knew how to keep them running. The world needs more people like him ... cherish the past and keep it living as long as possible.


Love your whole series today melissaw4. TFS...Cate


I like this picture as it reminds me of growing up. The "bridge" is the ramp to the hay loft. It is built up like that so that you don't have to "throw" the bales of hay up into the top of the barn. The ground level has the livestock in it. Brings back memories of backing up the hay wagon. As a girl, it was an "accomplishment".

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