Although this would have happened, with or without the internet, one of the things Terry and I worked on, was the removal of the last old barn on our place.
First things first was to clean out the old barn, then to start breaking up the and removing the cement. We both used a sledgehammer to break up the cement, then we loaded the chunks into the loader whereby it was hauled to a landfill.
After which we had to clean up the mess. I’m trying to save all the old barn wood, since there seems to be people out there who like to create with it. This barn was built in 1920.
Terry and I have had a great time finding ‘artifacts’ to admire and [possibly keep or give away or sell or….] ..like the tin and the nails for the tin…..I know we are easily entertained.
Just one wall left to remove, when this photo was taken. Now we working on rebuilding a the wall and roof, for the other building…straighten up the inside of the building, before we lay the footers, for the foundation of the new shed.
It was a huge process, but one we rather enjoyed.
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,