RURAL REFLECTIONS the Little Gray Gym
Life passes by so quickly, even the material things that remind me of my own personal past sometimes disappear. My memory of weightlifting in the eighties is always colored gray, is subterranean and w... Posted on 2/21/15 at 8:30 AM
FARM BLEAT Farmer's grove, treasure trove
Ive always been fascinated by the stuff farmers keep in their groves. Not that Ive spent a lot of times in groves we had a fort in ours on the family farm when I was growing up, while my Kandiyohi Co... Posted on 4/25/11 at 7:17 PM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Married to the Tin Man
Its actually metal siding but we keep calling it tin. Since May, my husbands been working on building a pole barn. Its been a work in progress, especially when the project tooka hiatus during haying ... Posted on 12/22/10 at 7:00 PM
Total restoration of barn pays off in competition
PIPESTONE — David and Marlyce Logan of rural Pipestone recently earned the grand prize in the Friends of Minnesota Barns Barn of the Year competition. Their barn received top honors in the farm use division.
PEAK, N.D. — On foggy or snowy days, drivers on the rural 121st Avenue Southeast figure their location from Wade and Dianne Hatcher’s barn. The couple put a Nativity star on the east wall about 20 years ago.
The barn is old — perhaps older than 80, but neither Wade nor Dianne know for certain. It was a cow barn and has a stanchion for milking. The hay loft is like an upside-down ark.
By Lee Morris, Valley City Times-Record
August 06, 2009
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