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(3/4/2012 10:51:44 AM)
RE:M-H Barn Equipment.
I am awake and alive!! Just took this long to find the ingreadence needed for the bread. I have not made home made bread in more than 35 years so this is quite an expeirence for me!! I did not want to try my first loaves with the Speltz you sent me so I am doing a couple trial runs with Wheat flour, if I master that I will try the Speltz flour.
I tried to get a hold of Steve & Sandy for use of the Massey Harris stove but got no answer, Probably a good thing as there may still be bugs, sand, and cobwebs in the stove from Yuma yet.
Just sitting here waiting for my dough to rise now then I have to Knead it back down one more time before I put ii in the pans to let it rise again so I can put it in the oven.
Went to an auction yesterday to buy a cultivator for a Massey GP but couldn't bring myself to bid against friends as I already had one like this but on this auction there was a Massey Harris Mill!! I was just as shocked to see this as they were but I did not have any tools with to take it apart to get it out of the building so did not bid on it but it did go to a good home and I am sure you will see it at the show this fall in Baraboo. Here are some pics I snapped of it.
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