BIG Project - Getting the barn ready for an antique business!

November 14th, 2008 in member junk     
Meadowview_Farm Meadowview_Farm, member
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Putting on the new tin roof!
Our Amish neighbors hard at work.
Putting on the new tin roof!

Putting on the new tin roof!

In getting our hay loft ready for an antique business - we had a tin roof put on the barn this month.  The really neat part was that carpenters from our Amish community did the work.  You should have seen our goats when the teams of work horses arrived!!


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Comments (8)

eliz2nd writes: your lucky to have such a beautiful setting to start your business I know for sure if I was driving by I would sure feel the need to stop in. wishing you all the best Posted: 9:55 am on February 5th
shabbychick writes: Kari - what a beautiful setting for your antique business - and you get to live there too...what a blessing!!

Can't wait to see your new adventure unfold! Best wishes for much success!!!

Kathy Posted: 4:24 pm on November 17th
WhisperWood Cottage writes: Very exciting! I see that you are from Wisconsin! Now, I admit that I had to look up where Augusta was, but I am familiar with the area as we travel I94 regularly. Please let me know when you are going to open! I have lots of friends and family who love junking/antiquing!!!

Amy Posted: 3:17 pm on November 16th
csudderth writes: What a beautiful setting. Perfect place for an antique business--please post pics so we can all see.
Christy Posted: 7:07 pm on November 15th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Wow! Beautiful place and I am so envious! Can't wait to see how it all goes for you.

Candy Posted: 8:12 pm on November 14th
LuAnn writes: How exciting. Let us know when you plan on opening and post pics. Some of us will have to live vicariously through your new adventure.

LuAnn Posted: 3:07 pm on November 14th
georgiamoon writes: Oh my god is this not the most beautiful setting you have ever seen? You really get to live here??? Wow. I can't wait to see what you guys do with it and how it is set up for sales. Amazing... and hey I have goats too! But I have never had any Amish horse drawn wagons show up at my house, but my goats go off when I drive up...I'm the food lady. You are very blessed to live in such a gorgeous place, show us more! Georgia Posted: 2:46 pm on November 14th
suewhitney writes: Wow, this looks like fun. I have a mental picture of your goats going on. Thanks so much for sharing...keep us all posted!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 12:55 pm on November 14th
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