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Tin-Shed



An old tin shed shows its picturesque self on one of the backroads of the Missouri Ozarks. The bright two-tone orange door emblazoned with the Phillips Route 66 sign on it give it a personality all of it's own. It is another example of the curious outbuildings and barns to be found when wandering off of the beaten track. This one, like so many, seems to be cobbled together out of the bits and pieces and scraps of other sheds. I suppose the pile of tin on the side was in preparation for the addition. Sadly, there will be no more additions to this shed. The folk here died, the property was purchased by a Bible Camp and the whole place was bulldozed.

   
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