Monday, January 17, 2011

3 Clues ~ day 17

Maine Man is restoring something really special
Given to me by my farmer friend. Manufactured in 1933.
Can you guess what I am getting?


12 comments:

MaineFarmGirl said...

Oh, I know, I know! (Raising hand and waving.) So excited for you and completely jealous!! :)

Lisa said...

Oh! Oh! It's a parlor stove. How wonderful. We have one sitting in our barn just waiting to have a "face lift". Very exciting for you.
Lisa "the local"

PS-
if my comment provides you my email address, please shoot me an email as I have some info for you (from the instructor) regarding the beekeeping class...

fullfreezer said...

OOO, I think I know. There is something similar in my parent's barn that I'm trying to figure out how to get my hands on....
Judy

Prairie Mother said...

I'm so excited for you, how neat! I'm looking forward to the finished product!

Justine said...

That is going to be an amazing gift from both your hubby and friend! Very exciting. I sent you an e-mail but im not sure if you got it. My husband and I were interested in checking out the bee-keeping class would you mind sending us the info? Jlcapraro@gmail.com Thanks!
Justine

goatpod2 said...

What a wonderful gift!

Amy

Al@Dandelion Acres said...

All I have to say is that may be a wood cook stove and if so, You are One Lucky Duck!!!! LOL

Maine Mom said...

AWESOMENESS!
New old cook stove?!

Kelly said...

I'm guessing a wood burning cook stove. If the base is any indication he is doing an excellent job. You lucky girl!

Country Girl said...

Your right!! A cookstove it is. Can't wait until it is up and running. Will post pictures when it is done.

Anonymous said...

We just got our first cook-stove and my hubby is working hard to get it cleaned up & hooked up. Can't wait to start using it. Aren't we lucky?!!

Zev said...

A parlor stove? How wonderful! Show us pictures when it's finished!

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