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10-18-2019, 06:27 PM - 4 Likes   #841
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Cabbage and other greens are heading out for market/distribution. Saddle Mountain, Alleghany County, NC

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I figure these "farmers" must have "real jobs".
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OMG!! it's a dip maker!!!
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A lovely evening.

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11-05-2019, 07:44 AM   #845
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QuoteOriginally posted by dlh Quote
I figure these "farmers" must have "real jobs".
Unlikely that's the original farmhouse. Old farmhouses nearly always have much taller windows.
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OMG!! it's a dip maker!!!

Well, I'll be dipped! That's what a dip maker looks like.
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QuoteOriginally posted by goatsNdonkey Quote
Unlikely that's the original farmhouse. Old farmhouses nearly always have much taller windows.
A dead giveaway. Hence the quotation marks.
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Bean harvesting, a dusty operation.



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The old Potter Farm on the shore of Lake Umbagog near Errol, NH. Now in permanent retirement.

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The old Potter Farm on the shore of Lake Umbagog near Errol, NH. Now in permanent retirement.Seen better days

Looks like a weekend fixer-upper. Sandpaper and a little elbow grease will have it shining like new.
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Looks like a weekend fixer-upper. Sandpaper and a little elbow grease will have it shining like new.
That and patching the shotgun holes in the fuel tank.
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That and patching the shotgun holes in the fuel tank.
I don't think those holes were made by a shotgun. No matter, a wad of well-chewed gum stuffed into each hole will do the job.
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OMG!! it's a dip maker!!!
Walt is into his Aussie pictures. (Must have used up all his Iceland ones)
Walt, I bet you don't have any images made in Wangaratta.

But keep them coming - you have seen stuff I haven't (like the sheep dip mixer!)
When were you here? where did you go?
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Walt is into his Aussie pictures. (Must have used up all his Iceland ones)
Walt, I bet you don't have any images made in Wangaratta.

But keep them coming - you have seen stuff I haven't (like the sheep dip mixer!)
When were you here? where did you go?
He became one of those tourists who sees everything in 6 weeks and the locals see less in 60 yrs..

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