Barn rehab

Including my children, five generations of my family have worked and played in this Hancock County barn — that is a lot of pichforking and straw tunnels. My parents hired a gifted Amish crew to give it a major makeover for future generations of Reeses. The Indiana-based crew has a driver that brings them two-hours each way to work on the barn.
Every day of work brings exciting progress and my daughter has already expressed interest in playing in the barn as soon as it is finished. I hope she too gets the chance to play “King of the Mountain” and spend hours crawling through the straw tunnels of this grand old old barn. We’d love to hear your favorite old barn memories.

They added this new improved structure to the west side of the barn.
New siding on the east side.
Siding the south side,

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