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2 hours ago, Kivalo said:

Wyatt Earp's house in St. Michaels Alaska. He lived here in 1899 and sold beer & cigars either to or for the Alaska Commercial Stores.

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Interesting history there. 

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We waited about an hour at this location to see if the sun would show itself before sunset. Gave up and started to leave. From the clearing just down the road we could see that the sun was indeed goin

I got out early this morning to get a few pics. 1st one is of the hoar frost on the trees just before sunrise. 2nd is of the fog coming off lake Willoughby.

The addition/renovation made a couple big steps forward this week. cabinets are almost finished. Countertops were installed. Range, sink, dishwasher and fridge all hooked up and working.

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9 hours ago, Kivalo said:

Wyatt Earp's house in St. Michaels Alaska. He lived here in 1899 and sold beer & cigars either to or for the Alaska Commercial Stores.

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That's fucking cool as heck  B!!

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26 minutes ago, steve from amherst said:

Great shot John

Thanks Steve. It's a great spot for sunsets overlooking Lake Willoughby. We were just passing through when the sky started to turn. I raced up the hill and got there just in time.

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2 hours ago, Sled_Hed said:

Buddy and his brother are putting this up on their beef farm.

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My bud put one of those up yrs back . Fabric lasted about 10 before starting to rip . It now has pollbarn steel about 1/2 way down . Every yr a few more sheets get added as Fabric tears go lower and lower lol  . He got his storage and deductions out of it . 

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5 hours ago, Ez ryder said:

My bud put one of those up yrs back . Fabric lasted about 10 before starting to rip . It now has pollbarn steel about 1/2 way down . Every yr a few more sheets get added as Fabric tears go lower and lower lol  . He got his storage and deductions out of it . 

It will be interesting to see the longevity of them. They put up 2 this year. A 100ft one for hay and this 80ft for cattle. The cover has a 15 year warranty. 

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1 hour ago, ckf said:

Chocorua Lake in Tamworth, NH.

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Beauty shot, John. :thumbsup:

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35 minutes ago, irv said:

Beauty shot, John. :thumbsup:

Thanks. It's in the town that I grew up in.  :bc:

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