This 12 x 60 trailer was on the property when we bought it.
My first thoughts were it might be salvageable.
But then when I went in and saw a snake skin hanging from the kitchen cabinet,
those thoughts left me and so did I!!!!
I got out of there quick!
|We cleaned it out the best we could. My daughter, "Trouble" helped a lot!|
To be honest, I could not have done all I did without her!
She is a take control kind of person and that she did.
I was exhausted.
|We sold a lot of the stuff that was in the trailer.|
I kept some but not much.
I was over it.
I think I did a post about all the dolls. I will have to look.
I might do another one since I'm starting fresh here on the blog.
|We found someone to tear it down.|
I will be honest I was glad to see it go.
It had never had electricity hooked up.
I think it was just used for storage.
I just couldn't see the end.
And then there were these buildings.
Tearing these down were kind of bittersweet to me but
Sweet Hunter did not like them so close to the house.
They were full too.
There was so much love in this place.
I wish I could find the picture of all the canned goods that
were in these buildings.
Sure, they were old and rusted lids and I knew they had to go,
but I also saw a lot of hard work that the Mother did for her family.
She must have loved them a whole bunch.
I agreed they had to be tore down because of rats and snakes but
I still kind of wanted to keep them.
I had in my head that they would have made great chicken coops but
Sweet Hunter was right. It was jus too close to the house.
The little garage had a great concrete floor in it and we kept that.
Our plans are an outdoor kitchen one day soon we hope.
|Then there was this camper. There was actually 2.|
This one could have been a small trailer but no doubt it was very old.
It was full too.
|We had it tore down too.|
It was right across from the big trailer.
We did save those steps.
They are on one of my chicken coops!
To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose
under the heaven...... Ecc 3:1