1800's barn with a stone silo with a whiskey bottle embedded in the top ring with just the neck of the bottle sticking out. It was the celebratory bottle that was shared for finishing the silo.
Pete's barn in HDR.
Another angle of Pete's barn. This thing is so photogenic.
The sun blazes through a loft window in Pete's barn. Yes, that is an original Penn Yann Hand built boat on the left.
An old sign from a bridge that Pete worked on as a mason.
An old victorian era table just hangin' out in Pete's Barn.
Head crackers, er cast iron pans in Pete's barn.
An original milking stool from Pete's farm. Slide it under the cow, slap the bucket on the end and milk away.
Twin Snakes Walking Stick ~ A Gift from Pete!
American Flint Glass Workers Union local 1001 office door. Under the depths of Pete's barn
Deep under Pete's barn is this absolute beauty!!
An old WWII era Jeep in Pete's barn. Man I would LOVE to have this thing!! Pete assures me that it still RUNS!!
The Barn Door.
Pete said they would store milk here to cool before shipping it out. Love these old dairy farms!
Pete swears he was riding this just a few days ago..
The outhouse, in HDR of course..
Pete's wife demanded a photo of the tulips. I was more than happy to oblige.
More beautiful tulips.
Rummaging around Pete's old chicken coup. Lots of pans and cool vintage electronic gear here. A pickers mecca!
Pete's collection of pans in the chicken coup.
I am starting to believe that Pete is hiding a crocodile and a pirate around here somewhere.
Its no Trump towers but this thing is huge! And the maple tree that it sits on is even hugerest!?
Yep, it's got a stove and everthing. Including a resident mouse, which lives in that knot-hole that was none-to-happy to see us.
Antrim, PA Trinity Episcopal Church.Consecrated Summer of 1882.
Vertical Wide Panorama in HDR of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Antrim, PA. Now owned by Pete Gorda
Trinity Episcopal Church in Antrim, PA. Now owned by Pete Gorda
Antrim, PA Trinity Episcopal Church. Consecrated Summer of 1882.