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Majorman

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Rich'sToys

05-14-2022 18:05:47




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 Re: New Saturday Silo in reply to Majorman, 05-14-2022 01:04:05  
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I'm about 20 miles from there. A few others from this forum are also close by. If you ever come to see your relatives, you'll have to look us up.



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ttown chuck

05-14-2022 11:10:42




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 Re: New Saturday Silo in reply to Majorman, 05-14-2022 01:04:05  
it seems to be the in thing right now, they have been working on the one in toledo ohio at the I75 maumee river crossing for a couple years now the scene is native indians and sunflowers, which if you know the history of this area there was a big battle and they chased the indians across that river up into michigan



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Rich'sToys

05-14-2022 09:47:06




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 Re: New Saturday Silo in reply to Majorman, 05-14-2022 01:04:05  
Here are a couple pictures of the ones I alluded to earlier. Located in Mankato, MN. You can Google it and learn all about them.





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05-14-2022 11:06:38




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 Re: New Saturday Silo in reply to Rich'sToys, 05-14-2022 09:47:06  
I live in Mankato MN some 60 plus years ago. Still have family in the area



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kcm.MN

05-14-2022 08:14:42




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...But are YOU real?? *lol*

I can't imagine the skill and the amount of time needed to create such works of art.



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db4600

05-14-2022 07:31:47




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Dr. Who?



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Bill(Wis)

05-14-2022 07:13:08




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 Re: New Saturday Silo in reply to Majorman, 05-14-2022 01:04:05  
That's wonderful. But it looks like it might be out in Nowheresville. (;>))



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Rich'sToys

05-14-2022 05:31:44




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 Re: New Saturday Silo in reply to Majorman, 05-14-2022 01:04:05  
It probably is real. There is a set of those near here which has a similar paint job. Don't have a picture of it right now. Maybe I can locate one later.



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Steve@Advance

05-14-2022 05:26:59




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 Re: New Saturday Silo in reply to Majorman, 05-14-2022 01:04:05  
That's a lot of rattle cans!

If it's real!



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Majorman

05-14-2022 06:57:53




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It is real, I photographed it.



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