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Category: Barn Conversion Journal April 7th, 2007 by mbc

Today’s job was clearing our fine collection of rocks to one side of the yard. I’d always coveted the small sea of rough rocks and dressed stones that covered the concrete yard to one side of the barn. When they were left in place when we completed the purchase I felt I’d somehow got better value-for-money.

It was pretty backbreaking stuff, carrying and rolling a few tons of stone of various shapes, sizes and weights in the unseasonably hot (25 degrees Celsius) weather to one side of the yard. But some of the finer discoveries made it worthwhile.

In-fact, I’m so enamoured of some of my discoveries that their photographs will be gracing this website shortly.

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