11 responses to Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds
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    Roberta
    Comment on Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds (May 27th, 2013 at 08:47)

    Don’t laugh at those lawn mowers. I have one and so do a few other people around here. They are a lot less dangerous on a hill. I have never heard of anyone being killed by their reel mower.

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    Comment on Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds (May 27th, 2013 at 09:13)

    Canning jars, canning jars, canning jars! I would certainly buy the sad irons – they iron faster than electric ones.

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      Comment on Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds (May 27th, 2013 at 11:58)

      Julie,
      I go to your blog often, but find no new posts. I hope you are well! Your writing has always been a pleasure to read. Peace be with you.

      Tom the back roads traveller

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        Comment on Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds (May 28th, 2013 at 07:45)

        Tom – That is so nice! I have a lot of posts in my head (with pictures) so now this may be the incentive I need to get them on the blog. Thanks ~ :)

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    Margaret
    Comment on Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds (May 27th, 2013 at 09:32)

    How I wish I had been there! Great stuff! My hubby and I use a reel mower, and love it! (Great for the environment, too.)

    Some of my best finds have been a wheelbarrow, big crocks, and a sewing rocker.

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    Comment on Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds (May 27th, 2013 at 09:35)

    If I had a house in the countryside I would buy peacocks if they were not too expensive. I think they are awesome birds and if you manage to make them breed (and not be expensive fox food) you can sell the young for quite a lot of money and make them into less of an extravagance than they seem at first glance. Feathers can also be sold, but let’s face it, a group of chickens is a more walletfriendly choice.

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    Anita B
    Comment on Mink anyone?? (May 27th, 2013 at 10:26)

    Mink anyone??

    I got a mink coat at an auction in Berlin OH. Took it to the fur shop when I got home to TX. It was worth $3,000.

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    Anita B
    Comment on Mink anyone?? (May 27th, 2013 at 10:28)

    Mink anyone??

    Forgot the most important fact about getting a mink coat at a Berlin OH auction. I paid $12.50 and it was worth $3,000.

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    New York State of Mind
    Comment on Peacocks, Irons, And Other Amish Auction Finds (May 27th, 2013 at 16:08)

    I would get one of the lawn mowers. When I had my house I always used one of the lawn mowers ever since I was a kid and ran my Dad’s riding mower into a tree. I may be able to drive a car, but not a riding lawn mower. I am safer with the push mowers.

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    Kay Christian
    Comment on 2015 auction (April 21st, 2015 at 08:24)

    2015 auction

    When is the auction this year. Have heard the 2nd,9th and 10th of May.Which is it?

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