#906 HOBBY BARN BUILD DAY 1

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Outdoors With The Morgans

Ай мурун

Touched up a few things with the Kubota BX 23S, and prepared for contractor to arrive. They got off to a rough start with a breakdown first thing in the morning. Even with a late start the managed to get seven posts set and materials staged for the job.
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Robbie McLAGLEN
Robbie McLAGLEN 22 күн мурун
Nice Work , i thought The Amish didnt believe in using Modern machinety ? just a question, im from Australia dont know much about them
Brian Stielow
Brian Stielow 27 күн мурун
Why did you choose to bury the posts in the ground and not pour footings.
Stephen Kennedy
Stephen Kennedy 28 күн мурун
Mike do I ever love the music you add to your videos fantastic and congrats on the build. I;m a few days behind on your videos had total knee replacement so wasn't at the computer much\
Joseph Warner
Joseph Warner 28 күн мурун
We build several pole sheds on my dad's farm in MN. They were built in 1973, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1983 - they still stand today. Trusses were made on site and the poles did not have cement cookies in them. All anyone has to do is look at all the farm buildings built that way. You have an exciting project there and it is fun to see it go up.
carl hedrick
carl hedrick 29 күн мурун
Instead of putting those post in ground why not build on the pad that would keep the post from rotting.
Phil Stratton
Phil Stratton Ай мурун
When you used the overture to Barber of Seville all I could think of was Bugs Bunny!
Brisdad53
Brisdad53 Ай мурун
Last time I was in the Yorkshire Dales, I stuck my nose in a lot of old barns, calfing sheds, sheep pens, lean-tos, and even a few privies (there's an entire school of urban archaeology dedicated to the excavation of old outhouses. People have been dropping things down them for centuries.) that were built of wood with wood footings and were still standing after 100-150-200+ years. Yes, a concrete or stone footing is the modern and preferred method, but the old one's been working for a few thousand years.
Tyler Williams
Tyler Williams Ай мурун
I recently had a 30x42 pole barn built and love it. My wife and daughter also enjoy it. I had concrete poured and insulated mine as well. I know you and your family will use and enjoy it. Great investment!
Tom Homanick
Tom Homanick Ай мурун
Did you consider a concrete footer and walls with rigid insulation boards?? Then bolt the wooden posts above ground so you never have to worry about rot? RR building has youtube videos. Also what about underground utilities and floor drains installed in rough in?
Mark Gosser
Mark Gosser Ай мурун
I worked for Morton Buildings in the early 80s to mid 90s and we used the treated post and set on concrete. Morton guaranteed for 50 years and had a University do a study on this concept. All the years I worked for Morton I saw only one post fail and it was about 30 years in the ground. We built many houses, schools, churches, and many others types of buildings other then equipment buildings. I would build my house with this type of footings any day.
Wayne Schnare
Wayne Schnare Ай мурун
How has Hunter been with all the action goin on on your property ? I wonder how he feels and is doing with it . he seems to roll pretty good with things . I hope this is not upsetting him . Routine is what it is , and when changed , can really mess things up .
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
He seems to enjoy it, he watches them pretty close lol
HumbleHeart
HumbleHeart Ай мурун
Mike - Had the opportunity to work with the Amish in the early '90's building our timber frame home. They are awesome folks and excellent craftsman. Thirty years later, I am happy to say we are long time friends and would welcome them in our home at any time.
Richard Swann
Richard Swann Ай мурун
Good machine operator !
Jesse Nodolf
Jesse Nodolf Ай мурун
It will never be big enough!
Merle Warnsholz
Merle Warnsholz Ай мурун
Mike - Great video. Thanks for sharing the building project. I will enjoy watching it unfold. Take care.
Ritchie Kubishak
Ritchie Kubishak Ай мурун
mike an melissa i blame you . i wemt an bought a bag of orange cream twilzers ate in one night picked up 6 more your like a drug dealer first one free got ya now im hooked LOL.LOVED YOUR TRIP ALMOST SAME AS WE DID. we did crater lake then vegas {nascar} then back to TN.
Chris Reibold
Chris Reibold Ай мурун
I'm excited to follow along and try to watch and see how they build this building. I am going to have one built soon and I'm only a few miles away Mike. I didn't catch who the contractor was could you let us know. Also, I was skeptical on the post setting method ( one main reason I wanted to watch this is to see how they set them). Seems to be a topic of much debate....
SOAPMAN#4
SOAPMAN#4 Ай мурун
I am thinking of building a shop myself. Here in Texas we build a lot of metal shops. Was that a consideration for you guys or is it just wood is better in your area?
J Bondioli
J Bondioli Ай мурун
That skid steer does fit in that building nicely. Probably able to get a lot more work done with that than a pool! ;)
ocir
ocir Ай мурун
Good luck with starting this project. Get ready with an increase in property tax bill. Best wishes.
Terry
Terry Ай мурун
Pretty much all are built that way in the midwest.
Kyle Rice
Kyle Rice Ай мурун
Any chance the crew and supplies came from western NY
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
No, Ohio
Mark Orcutt
Mark Orcutt Ай мурун
Nice to see the work being done ✅
Ron Safreed
Ron Safreed Ай мурун
Mike Your dam good with that tractor....thats goin to be a big building,,a dream come true,,i just love to see things being built,,i built my house,,and its small...i guess you will have some heat in there to.the Amish are good...i had the Yoders from ohio cut my trees here in Wva...good people,,they got big lumber mills..if all goes well this should be up in 10 days,,if weather stays good.ill be watching..
JOHN WARKENTIN
JOHN WARKENTIN Ай мурун
Why didn’t they cement the pasts in the ground just wondering Mike
Mark Pontes
Mark Pontes Ай мурун
Putting cement around the Post has been shown to make them rot.
ElPasoTom
ElPasoTom Ай мурун
Nice Kubota plug, they make good equipment. I can't wait to get a L4701 tractor for our property. One question, was a steel frame and metal building considered and was it not as economical? Thanks
Mrbink01
Mrbink01 Ай мурун
To everyone belly aching over putting the posts in the ground...it's Mike's money and Mike's build, not your's. Have you no faith??? I'm sure he's done research for the soil conditions in his area and has chosen a reputable contractor.
Bark Artist
Bark Artist Ай мурун
So are you a billionaire? How can you afford all of this equipment and infrastructure? We just purchased our “bug out” 20+ acre property in southern/central Ohio... I need tons of money just for infrastructure. Would love your feedback. Thanks.
Tara Place Christmas Tree Farm
Tara Place Christmas Tree Farm Ай мурун
Mike are those poles finger jointed together for length?
Timothy Atchinson
Timothy Atchinson Ай мурун
U gonna use spray foam insulation?
BaldBear 560
BaldBear 560 Ай мурун
Howdy Morgans, Mike glad you are time lapse filming the build. Have you given any thought to a wood fired boiler with radiate heating in the floor? Congrats on breaking ground on your new building. It is satisfying to set a goal, work hard, save hard and then see it come to fruition. Thanks for sharing that with us. Have A Day! ;~)
Wes McCann
Wes McCann Ай мурун
A wood/metal POLE BARN. Pretty sweet! I've seen houses made in the same way in Missouri and Tennessee, and I'm sure there are plenty in Pennsylvania and Ohio as well. Looking forward to seeing how you guys finish it out so I can steal some ideas. Cheers to the Morgans!
Russell Fisher
Russell Fisher Ай мурун
This will be interesting to see your barn go up Mike! We had a 24x40 barn built last October by Amish/Mennonite builders. They were so fast and efficient without sacrificing quality. It is interesting to already see some differences between the County building standards that we have here in our county vs yours in PA. Our post holes had to be 24” in diameter by 60” deep. Can’t wait to watch your barn progress this coming week. Our barn was complete including the concrete floor and doors in five days. Good luck with your barn, you will love it!
Bob Feeser
Bob Feeser Ай мурун
I'm curious if the poured concrete floor will encompass the area the posts are coming up through. Between the concrete coin at the base, and a wrap around concrete pour floor, I can see how this would work. Can't wait to see this entire thing unfold. Thank you for sharing.
Jeff Williams
Jeff Williams Ай мурун
I'm so glad to see that you're building is finally going in I'll be happy to see the days come on videos how everything is built have a day
ROGER TUCKER
ROGER TUCKER Ай мурун
Here in the midwest most pole barns are built with the post in the ground. Works just fine.
PAUL MILLER
PAUL MILLER Ай мурун
A WOOD PROCESSING COMPANY IN SPARTANBURG, PA. SELLS THE IBC TOTES YOU USE FOR FIREWOOD FOR $25 EACH !!!!!!
Mike Mcguire
Mike Mcguire Ай мурун
No comment. Have a great day.
Biff's Equipment
Biff's Equipment Ай мурун
Nice job grading with your FEL! Put that little bx to work.
Elaine Greenwood
Elaine Greenwood Ай мурун
Oh boy, this is going to be interesting. Lots of advice here. 😟 In about 2007 we had a structure built, they called it a Chicken Litter Barn. It was 48' by 96'. Built by a guy named David Swaringen in Moore Co North Carolina. They built it exactly the way you're having your structure built. I loved that structure, it was like a cathedral, felt like being in church whenever I was in it.
James Webb
James Webb Ай мурун
I have built pole buildings for yrs and I believe from experience that all of the hype about rotten poles in the ground are just that hype .great job men .
david kettell
david kettell Ай мурун
well said james this is how i built my barn after many hours of research,still hasnt moved in 25 years.
nick w
nick w Ай мурун
Will be interesting to watch go up to see the differences between how they put it up after watching rrbuilding KGpost videos for so long.
Tom Eckermann
Tom Eckermann Ай мурун
I see a lot of people second guessing your poles. We’ve used those laminated posts on pole buildings here in NW Ohio for many years. After working in building materials and construction for over four decades, I don’t recall hearing about hardly any failures. Good choice!
Al Urbaschak
Al Urbaschak Ай мурун
I'm in Massachusetts. Been watching you for quite awhile on my t.v. (internet)
Al Urbaschak
Al Urbaschak Ай мурун
No need to add cement with the posts?
Hina Environmental Solutions, LLC
Hina Environmental Solutions, LLC Ай мурун
Like the time lapse.
Chuck P
Chuck P Ай мурун
Thanks Melissa & Mike. Hi to Hunter & Ty.
Lloyd Painter
Lloyd Painter Ай мурун
Looking good Mike. Melissa must be a good supervisor🙂
Chad Stacey Hopson
Chad Stacey Hopson Ай мурун
WHAT SIZE IS YOUR BUILDING AND WHO DID YOU BUY IT FROM?? DO YOU HAVE ANY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A WEBSITE THAT SHOWS NICE DESIGNS FOR POLE BARNS??
Frank Foust
Frank Foust Ай мурун
Hey mike. I se there building a pole barn. The farmers build them here In Oklahoma. You doint want a tornado get around it. Like I said farmers here in Oklahoma build pole barns. A tornado will suck it right out of the ground. The insurance co doint like them. I thought the were going in with footing, or we call it a stem wall. We just use them for Machinery. They are very hard he hardly have any insulation around here they run about 100 x 250‘ that’s usually for large one. Take care
Jr Williams
Jr Williams Ай мурун
RR buildings ytube channel. You should never put posts in the ground like that especially with the building being that big. You should of went above ground with all your post.
Jr Williams
Jr Williams Ай мурун
@Outdoors With The Morgans 😆
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
You should you should
Bruce Martin
Bruce Martin Ай мурун
Do you know how they squared the 4 corner posts to one another? I know on smaller squares / rectangles yo measure the diagonals. But it looked like they had some sort of and adjustment contraption laying near the corners?
Terry Castor
Terry Castor Ай мурун
The number of armchair experts never ceases to amaze me. Building practices vary state to state based on a host of criteria. Just watch the project for Pete's sake.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
Lol yes you are correct. I was expecting it but not this much. Lots and lots of you should, you should, you should
Daniel Djr
Daniel Djr Ай мурун
Pete who? What's Pete got to do with it? I forsake pete. Here pete.maybe pete is one of those furry little pups running around there. Here pete
FaceMan
FaceMan Ай мурун
Seems like a shame to invest all that time and money not putting the posts attached above ground to concrete piers via steel brackets.....am I wrong? Whatsup Mike?
FaceMan
FaceMan Ай мурун
@Outdoors With The Morgans That's interesting and good to know...thx Mike.
Jason
Jason Ай мурун
​@Outdoors With The Morgans my parents 30x40 pole barn was built very similar when I was 16. I'm 47 now & they've had zero issues so far.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
My deck posts are around 26 years now
august
august Ай мурун
No, you're not wrong. The posts could last forever, but I've seen some 6 x 6 PT last 6yrs, that's the problem here.
Matt Austin
Matt Austin Ай мурун
Surprised the Amish let you film them. Mennonites maybe? Worked with the Amish by me in Northern MI for a couple projects, and have been pleased.
b hermon
b hermon Ай мурун
Congrats on the building 👍🇦🇺
John Sadler
John Sadler Ай мурун
Good evening from the western Ozarks! Incredibly pleasant evening sitting on the concrete slab outside the Phoenix Farmhouse and the little cabin. I ran the cutting deck over the overgrown prairie inside the fence, fetched/ re-batteried the trail cameras/ set them up in a lace where we want to census traffic between the north half and south half of the farm. I have a few downed limbs to clean off the fence tomorrow, and I need to trim the dead grass in the driveway. Might run a propane torch on it. There’s a bit to weed eat too. Isn’t there always? Your building looks HUGE! You could put 3 Phoenix Farmhouses (18x32’) and 4 of our cabins (10x16’) inside the walls! But only 3 of our shops. 😁 It will be fun watching it go up.
daveknowshow
daveknowshow Ай мурун
how far apart are the poles? what size are they? that looks huge!
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
Hi Dave, 8’ centers, and the building is 40 x 72 and a 16 x 24 roof off one side as well
august
august Ай мурун
3-4 ft, 6 x 6 they look like.
Avid Outdoors Tv
Avid Outdoors Tv Ай мурун
I hear those Amish are really good and fast. Great video as always!
Michael Gibson
Michael Gibson Ай мурун
Mike, what size is the building going to be
Jr Williams
Jr Williams Ай мурун
@Outdoors With The Morgans watch RR buildings ytube channel. Never put posts in the ground like those guys are doing building your building. it's the cheap way of building a building I am very surprised you are building this building like this.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
40 x 72
cheff Solo
cheff Solo Ай мурун
Can't wait to see when it done !
thomas leak
thomas leak Ай мурун
Great music taste.Where do you get your music from?
J Nieto
J Nieto Ай мурун
With the building being as big as it's going to be, one would think the posts would be in concrete instead of dirt alone. Either an engineer calculation or building code.
J Nieto
J Nieto Ай мурун
@david kettell No, but outbuildings and construction of family dwellings whether in town or country have building codes. Buildings aren't just built without restrictions. I can understand different states have different rules, but codes exist, and I don't see what the P.A. turnpike has to do with building codes in the country. Explain it to me since I'm from Northern Ill.
david kettell
david kettell Ай мурун
Building codes?have you ever driven ti P.A.turnpike.
Mike Elwood
Mike Elwood Ай мурун
Sorry for the slow start. Nice to see those corners established. What a difference a week will make! Excited for ya!
Thomas Strout
Thomas Strout Ай мурун
Your engineer consulted the Army Corps of Engineers guide for your location and altitude to get the ground snow load figure. It probably calculated out to approximately 50 lbs/sq. ft live plus dead load for the truss calculation. Pitch looks like 4/12? They probably added a little more stiffness for drift/rain accumulation.
Karl F
Karl F Ай мурун
They put the corner posts in DIRT only ?
august
august Ай мурун
Yup.
Mark Orlando
Mark Orlando Ай мурун
Question, what stops the wind getting under the food and lifting the posts out of the ground?
Joe Colvard
Joe Colvard Ай мурун
Looking good.... I have a couple of large "barns" or shops, and here in NE GA ....we dug footers around the outside, poured them along with a 6" slab, and built on that. Looking forward to seeing your progress and the completed project.
Ron McCall
Ron McCall Ай мурун
The framers need to keep their lumber stacked. It will be crawling off the lot by Monday laying out like that.
Paul Churnock
Paul Churnock Ай мурун
Shame you didn’t do a collaboration with RR Buildings. Those guys are post frame rockstars.
Paul Churnock
Paul Churnock Ай мурун
I'm envious of Kyle's detail work and building efficiency.
august
august Ай мурун
@Jr Williams, Again, 100% agree.
Jr Williams
Jr Williams Ай мурун
RR buildings ytube channel is one to watch they do incredible work. They never put post in the ground
Robert Fakler
Robert Fakler Ай мурун
I'm surprised they didn't pour the slab and foundation before putting the wall posts up. Dirt touching wood is never a good idea.
Daniel Djr
Daniel Djr Ай мурун
Treated lumber it will last a few yrs and then fall over .just kidding.it will be good for 100 yrs
Ryan
Ryan Ай мурун
How do you feel about the price gouging in lumber prices lately?
david kettell
david kettell Ай мурун
its a national disgrace
J D
J D Ай мурун
The size is huge.
Harold Douglas
Harold Douglas Ай мурун
There is a whole series of a pole barn build done by RR Builders on KGpost. kgpost.info/will/video/zX3FraWD3WSBfZY
1944chevytruck
1944chevytruck Ай мурун
and the fun begins!....Melissa whers your carpenters pants??... thanks 4 video. be kind.
Shallow Creek Farm
Shallow Creek Farm Ай мурун
Great video god bless
TONY GENESEO
TONY GENESEO Ай мурун
Great idea but no. Not everyone in the Northeast !! Can’t get much more north and east than Maine. Frost here regularly is 4/ 4 1/2 feet deep. So that wouldn’t work in the northeast. How deep does your frost penetrate into the ground ? Really wondering. Different building techniques for different climates. Wouldn’t consider PA as part of the NE aside from general location of the US. Way different climate between here and there. So trying to adapt what would work here vs there.
M H
M H Ай мурун
Aimish putting up your building?
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans Ай мурун
Yes
David Rosowski
David Rosowski Ай мурун
Melissa, you even cast a gorgeous shadow. I'm glad we left room for the swimming pool.
Honey Bee
Honey Bee Ай мурун
I know it's expensive; but did you consider putting hot water radiant heat in the concrete floor? It's amazing. Thanks!
W D
W D Ай мурун
The weather in Ohio has been absolutely the best this year.
Kevin Hall
Kevin Hall Ай мурун
Looking good. Are the post 4x4 or 6x6? Looking to build a shed in the Spring.
Mounty621
Mounty621 Ай мурун
Interesting foundation . . . We just poured our floor on a 60’ X 40’ pole building 10’ OC 6” X 10” posts, but our posts were all set in full concrete in North Idaho. I wonder why yours are only set on concrete pads and dirt back filled.
Daniel Djr
Daniel Djr Ай мурун
Less expensive and works just fine. Will easily last 100 yrs. Treated lumber also
Snarkapotamus
Snarkapotamus Ай мурун
Odds are, if they're Amish, they're coming from about an hour north up 19...lots and lots of them. And I'm betting their last names are Stoltzfus, Yoder, Byler, Miller or Hochstetler.
Daniel Djr
Daniel Djr Ай мурун
Why because 99% of them are one of those choices?? 😅😁😂😄 The amish guys name that built mine was Noneya. 😅😁😁😂😄
Snarkapotamus
Snarkapotamus Ай мурун
It's been a long time since I built in your area, but it used to be that the minimum for frost was 42". Just make sure when you pour your floor that you account for post movement or you'll have all kinds of cracks...
Rob Priestley
Rob Priestley Ай мурун
I can't say that I like the construction method of putting the posts down in the ground sitting on those concrete pads.
Hart Low
Hart Low 23 күн мурун
@Ed Thompson Just tell that to the guy that may be buying the place 30 years from now.
Ed Thompson
Ed Thompson Ай мурун
Pole barns are a lot cheaper to build..They last longer than you think too.
ddsharpening
ddsharpening Ай мурун
An Amish build! Good choice, attention to detail. I was born and raised in south eastern Pa, through high school I worked for a family buying land and building houses, we painted, the Amish built them...QUALITY! Plus funny guys, I remember one time they were taking a lunch break and one of the ‘kids’ ran up the pile of dirt and yelled ‘ king of the hill!’ All... I mean all ...of the guys regardless of age ran up that hill and threw him off! Hahah what a memory! Can’t wait to see the finished product!
Colin Blankenship
Colin Blankenship Ай мурун
What is the cost for the basic structure l you don't mind sharing. Thank you
doddridge121
doddridge121 Ай мурун
I can't help but feel that timber underground will rot. Why not put concrete posts and keep all timber above ground? Here in Wales those posts would be shot in 10 years!
Stan W
Stan W Ай мурун
Looks good.
STEEL ROCKS
STEEL ROCKS Ай мурун
storage outfit built 4 big storage buildings for large vehicles /boats near my shop the builders used a post driver like a well driving rig. the pole buildings are huge the doors have to be 25-30' tall and 15' wide. each unit is $200 a month i know that much.
Ron Liebert
Ron Liebert Ай мурун
Mike what are you going to do for heat source and cooling. Propane is what I have or inferred heat where you heat what in the building not the air in the building.
Patrick Hathaway
Patrick Hathaway Ай мурун
They do great work. Built us an amazing pole barn in no time flat.
Lloyd Sjostrom
Lloyd Sjostrom Ай мурун
That building will last forever your kids will raise their children that want to and you some one will to take over for you and your Wife you teach them . The son will help them and you in wood making anther home. You and wife have good 20 or 30 left. Keep doing what you and you will make it.
marshall
marshall Ай мурун
I didn't know that Amish people could use power tools ?
Donald Strishock
Donald Strishock Ай мурун
Kind of side stepping the simplistic way of life and compromising to societes reforms of progress and coruption and chasing those dollar bills , and getting tangled up in the rat race of human beings of now-a-day.
Jr Williams
Jr Williams Ай мурун
Most all amish that have a business today have computers and smart phones.
Ed Deetz
Ed Deetz Ай мурун
That equipment and the excavator rental probably saved you five times a contractor estimate vs your DIY family effort. It will be great to watch the build. You should contact Jamaica cabins from the lumnah acres channel sponsorship. They ship out the pre cut, measured, windows, doors kit building. You send back a load of hardwoods. Do a build segment series. They sell a boatload of buildings. Hire the same amish to build it. Saw Mill barn, lumber drying solar powered exterior section. Load towards the south wall. Storage of wood in the 2nd floor. Move by lift in your tote bins. Move by pallet jack and lift system to stack the loaded bins. Would also make a good sun drying area for firewood and hardwoods. Pump that air in the winter into the shop. You could run from a wood boiler to zones in 5he slab roof and control temperature. It's a great way to keep the waste cleaned up. Heat the work area. dry the wood, add value to both lumber and firewood. Man a chicken coop and run off the building would be great for the sawdust, compost pile, could a greenhouse double as a lumber drying chicken soil building in place spring greenhouse. Any bugs on the wood and the chickens feast. If theres a way to radiant heat the greenhouse from a wood boiler, having an early garden would also be great fun to watch. You should have a rack you can pre load with stacked pallets you just advance to the load of the boiler. Ash into the greenhouse. Biochar makes great soil. A great boiler combination, bio char generation plus heat. Sequester carbon, recycle all house food waste, garden, kids, leaves, yard waste, Turn loose a group of meat birds for the family's. Load the run during and in between batches. You could rotate them in a greenhouse electric netting. Premier 1. Good luck on the new build.
august
august Ай мурун
Way too expensive.
Patrick Palmer
Patrick Palmer Ай мурун
Wow 😳. That was a mouthful!
cliff morain
cliff morain Ай мурун
are you putting in water and sewer in this building Mike ?
Samantha Kilpatrick
Samantha Kilpatrick Ай мурун
Hi mike , the building site looks like it is coming along nicely, it will be great to have a lot more room for both you, Melissa, the children and the puppy dogs .🐕 🐕 🐕😀👌💕
TheWoodJesus
TheWoodJesus Ай мурун
Looks like it was a beautiful day over there, it has been really nice here in west Michigan also ! Enjoy , can’t wait to see what a weeks time does to your place there guys👍
Rocking Retirement Outdoors!
Rocking Retirement Outdoors! Ай мурун
Had my pole barn built by Morton. The Morton Foundation System sold me. There is absolutely no wood underground. I’m sure the Morgan’s will have a amazing building no matter what.
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