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Monday, June 17, 2019

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These are from the Skinner Farm museum...a place we went to in 2016.  I have always wanted to go back but have not made it.  Not sure Roger could make it walking through it all since his stroke.


I am not sure this is the same vehicle as in the first photo.  But they were taken in this order.  and skip a couple photos for the photo below.


Over the next day or two, or three, I think I am going to re-post a few pics that I have posted before mixed in with some I haven't.  I have never seen so much old stuff in one place in my life...owned by one man!  Just look hanging and on the floor and all around...every inch stuffed to the brim.  I don't even know if a person could get in to see it...the time we saw it it was pure luck that the guy was there and saw us and came out and talked to us.

10 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wow, things everywhere! That poor old car seat! I hope you are able to go back sometime.

Kodak said...

That is a lot of really old stuff. It's like a museum.

L. D. said...

They were good photos and you were lucky to have taken them and still have them.

Ann said...

That car seat doesn't look like it would be too comfortable to sit in. That garage sure does have a lot of stuff in it.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

A precisar de uma boa recuperação, aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

eileeninmd said...

That is a lot of old stuff! Wishing you a happy day!

Sandra said...

i remember when you went there, and talked to him.. but don't remember these photos or the others. go for it. i love old stuff because i am old.... i once rode in car like this one when i was 2, or so daddy told me

happyone said...

Sure is a lot of old stuff there.
What a neat old car. Looks like it be quite a job restoring it.

ElaineH said...

What a great old car! Looks like it became part of storage like a lot of the other stuff. I always find these kind of places to be quite fascinating.

Steven said...

That's an impressive grille on the front of the car! The tires from back then are comparable to some of the off-road bicycles today. :-)

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