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Great find! I bet it was a trusty wagon in it's day.
I say 'old wagons can become new planters', I sez.~
Very interesting photo. It makes one think! Anyway, thanks for visiting my site an leaving a comment. REally appreciate it. Have a nice day out there:)
Oh no! This is to0 wonderful to say good-bye to! I have a neighbor who found one of these, (nearly missing most of it's bones) but her hubby dropped the sides, and touched it up (like new) and every spring she adorns it with flowers in the front yard! Can you guess what they do with it in December?
Neat photo. Did you check out this old relic to if Gabby Hayes was in it?
Oh-what a beautiful old wagon!
LOVE the wagon! I love weathered and worn things. Something about it is warm and comforting.
Awesome photo, love the old carriage.
Great photo...reminds me of the story of The One Horse Shay.
Great old wagon!
Such beautful sahdes of green - and I love the textures, the old wheels. Just stunning.
OOoooh LOVE it!!! just looking at it makes you wonder when was the last time it was pulled...and what was it loaded with...great shot!
Love old cart! Nearly rotted away, though. Wonder what tales it could tel?
wonderful shot! i love the old wagon.
saw a bunch of these are our recent trip. awesome!! (:
Ooh, this is resonant. No matter how broken down it may be, it has an ability to stop us dead in our tracks. What once was...
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