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The most recent comments are at the bottom of this list. In addition to reading recent comments, you view archived comments.Taking a trip in May and will be looking for barns with advertising along Route 66. Can anyone give locations and instructions for finding on or near Route 66? We will be travelling the entire length. Especially hoping to find Mail Pouch and Rock City. Thanks.
Louise and Rick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
MI USA - Tuesday, April 01, 2003 at 21:39:40 (CST)
Does anyone know of a barn to rent for a wedding reception in southern Wisconsin?
Hello everyone...I am planning my wedding for the weekend of October 4, 2003. I am looking for a barn to rent for a informal backyard barbeque type setting for the reception. I am located in Sacramento, CA. We can go into the foothills of the Sierra's if affordable. Please e-mail me @ Juliatierney@SBCglobal.com if you have any information on a site. Thank you
I am looking for a barn to have a wedding reception in May 2004. Any information is greatly appreciated. Ideally it would have a set up for caterers (kitchen). Thanks, Peace and God bless America!!
I am planning a wedding for the summer of 2004. I am looking foward to having a reception in a barn in the Chicago land area. Really I would be willing to go just about anywhere in Illinois. Please let me know any information. Thanks Kristi
I am looking for a barn to host a wedding reception sometime in the middle of August. I would like to find something within an hour of the Minneapolis and St. Paul area. Any leads would be great. St. Paul, MN
I need help in finding a web site to help me renovate my barn to live in. It is 40 ft. by 30ft. It is 25 ft. high. Does anyone have any ideas or info. Thanks
I am looking for a barn for a July, 2004 wedding reception for approx 150 people. We are located in Lancaster COunty, PA.
We have a late 1800's milking barn which is in good condition but serves no use in our dairy operation. Hand hewn beams. We would to sell it to be removed, hopefully to be re-erected elsewhere.
I have renovated a 40'x52' barn in western pa.This barn was in total disrepair. They are very labor intensive, but are absolutely wonderful to live in. Anyone needing consulting advice on construction, heating, insulating, etc, please contact me via email. I can save you alot of money, time and unexpected grief as I have already lived through all of it. I am available to travel anywhere. I have over 25 years construction experience. All wages, traveling, etc to be paid by owner. I will save you money in the end.
If you want before and after pictures of my barn, email me, I will send them to you. Thank you. Diane
We moved an old Victorian 1870's and an old barn 1900's to save them from being torn down and are restoring each...We have paid for the restoration of the house and are currently doing so, now that we are starting to work on the barn we have very little money to do so....I have looked into starting a "Barn Again" program in our state of Nebraska...Many of you have asked about grants and what not to restore barns...Check out the Barn again Website, and see if your state has a program....If not, you should think about starting one! Good luck all you barn lovers!