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Farm Life: Barn Removal

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Lewisville, MN
(Zone 4a)

July 10, 2008
2:33 AM

Post #5233087

Our old barn finally collapsed spring of 2007. We've been trying to get it cleaned up & concrete removed. I found a man to do it. He started this afternoon. Also the drive across the creek below us washed out this spring. He is going to fix it for the owner using the old concrete from the barn. We won't need to have it hauled away. We bought this farm site from this man after renting for nearly 20 years. He was very good to us renting & also selling us the site, so we are not charging him for the concrete.
Here is the first step, digging the hole to burn the wood.

More pictures to follow.

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