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Jason Kozlowski

12-19-2012 07:54:27

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Okay, I gotta even out the mix. Nothing but blue ovals here. Here's the biggest money pit!

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12-19-2012 10:38:52

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 Re: New toy in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 12-19-2012 07:54:27  
Nice lookin outfit Jason. I,m curious, whats the building in the background used for? Rod.

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Jason Kozlowski

12-19-2012 13:12:42

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 Re: New toy in reply to 1370rod, 12-19-2012 10:38:52  
Rod, That's our old bank barn. There's a few implements stashed in the top, and I have a bunch of parts up in the loft. There was an addition added off to the left for use as a chicken house at some point. There are a few plows, a picker, and a PT combine in there now. It was originally set up as a dairy barn with a corn crib and a hay chute. The main part is all hand cut oak logs. I'm not sure exactly how old it is, but it at least goes back to the 1850s, our house is actually 18th century.

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12-19-2012 19:19:30

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 Re: New toy in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 12-19-2012 13:12:42  
I thought that building looked like it has a lot of history. Its great to keep those in usable condition. Thanks for the info, Rod.

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