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Monday, January 2, 2017

Treasures...

Today I will again show more items from the Skinner's Farm Museum that we visited
First an old watering can...I would love to have this just to sit on my porch.

 Then how about this old Allis Chalmers?  Things were so crowded in together it was impossible to get good photos of any one thing.

I have no idea who made this vehicle...

The old guy that owned them knew them all by heart.

I am linking these to Tuesday's Treasures....

12 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Each one is a treasure, and I am glad they are being showed off, and not gotten rid of!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Excelente trabalho.
Um abra├žo e Bom Ano de 2017.
Andarilhar

Mildred said...

Fun to see these items and I especially love the watering can!

Sandra said...

the last one looks like what they called a horseless carriage, of course that is not what the name was. I love the can to

Tom said...

Rose I think many of us would like to have that old watering can! There is a lady down the road from us who has a huge collection in her garden. It's a treat to have you here today. Take care and stop back when you can.

don said...

All of them are part of a treasure of old items we used to commonly see. Nice photo.

Debby Ray said...

I just love old things! I have a couple of there watering cans in a couple of different sizes...LOVE anything galvanized! Happy New Year, Rose!

Small City Scenes said...

Neat treasures. Love to poke around in old places.
MB

Tanya Breese said...

I'd really enjoy looking around here!

Felicia said...

beautiful treasures.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

What fun things! I have a collection of 10 watering cans like the one you showed - all sorts of different handles and spouts. We've picked them up over the years at flea markets and yard sales. That was before they became popular and spendy. Every spring they come out of the shed and are lined up along the sidewalk up to our deck - we get a lot of comments on them. I used to use them to lug water to the deck to water all my pots - but our son has installed a spigot on the deck and I now have a curly hose to conveniently use to water everything - so the watering cans are now just for decoration - much easier to use the hose.

Klara S said...

Ha! I like pic with the watering can. I bet I'd still find something like that at my father's garden.

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