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Saturday, March 01, 2008

Seed Wagon


At least that is what I think it is, What do you think? Click on photo for better viewing

27 comments:

GMG said...

Seed wagon? Could be... where did you find it?
Beautiful pictures from the mountain range on the Sky watch post. Also loved the incredible Flipper cloud! ;))
Have a great weekend!

Paulie said...

Very interesting and looks quite old. Looks like it is chained down so someone doesn't run off with it also. I have no idea what it is but your guess is probably correct.

dot said...

I have no idea but it sure looks old. I got my husband to look too and he said the hoppers looked like for either seed or fertilizer.

Annie said...

It's certainly picturesque. I'll bet you're right about its former use.

Kerri said...

Whatever it is, it made for a FANTASTIC shot! I would think it is something that would seed or fertilize.
Well done!

DeeMom said...

I am thinking fertilizer/seed makes sense considering the size of the hopper

SandyCarlson said...

I'd say that's a good guess! It sure has some miles on it.

Carver said...

I don't know what kind of wagon it is but I like the shot. Have a great week.

Donna said...

Neat wagon...no idea what it was used for though. Keep up the great shots!

Liza said...

I think you're right, it's a seed wagon. Happy WS.

A Simple Life said...

Good shot! It looks really old, my husband says it's a seed wagon.

Juliana RW said...

Nice shot!

Hope you visit my WS :D Thanks.

picturing of life said...

I don't know what it is. But it is good pic.

Mine here Thanks.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

I see these wagons around here and I love the antiquity of them but didn't know what they were... this one is in beautiful shape compared to the ones here!! Very nice.

imac said...

Great shot.

the teach said...

Yes, Lilli & Nevada, it looks like a seed wagon... but what do I know I live int the city! Ha! :D

AVCR8TEUR said...

I have no idea, but I assume it could be a seed wagon with the hoppers in front and some sort of grinding mechanism. I wonder how old that relic is.

Jeanne said...

interesting picture....happy ws

Natalie said...

Is it an old wagon?

starnitesky said...

I don't know but its a good photo!

WillThink4Wine said...

I'd love to have that for a flower wagon for my yard. Sort of a very raised garden. I just love this!

Butchay said...

this one looks really cool, seed wagon isnt it? very nice!!

LC said...

Hi from Lloyd and Ranger: I wanted to let you know that I started a new job three weeks ago not only is it a new job with a different company it is a completely new career, that I have never done before, so when I get home at night I don’t have much energy left. Things are getting better and my days are running a bit smother now, so I want to start posting again, and visiting and commenting on everyone’s blog. When I visit your blog my comments might be a bit short if so it is just a time issue not that I am not interested but at least you will know I was there, I know as time goes on and I learn my job that things will get easier, it is sure a lot harder at age 55 than it was when I was in my twenty’s, I hope to post something new this week so please keep checking back. Ranger and I want to thank everyone for visiting our blog and we hope to be roaming again soon.
Ranger and Lloyd.

eastcoastlife said...

I don't know if it's used for seeding but it's a good guess. It is old and would look great in my garden. hehe...

MmeHaydee said...

That's neat! it looks like a seeder. It's an attractive piece. I would use it as an ornament in my yard. A conversation piece!

Old Wom Tigley said...

What ever it was meant for it seems to have done the job for a long time. If I was an artist I would paint/draw this.. it really as an old country beauty about it. It as worked and been worked and I'd loved to have seen and just touched it.
Great find and thanks for sharing it.

lotis said...

very nice picture. it's good that that wagon still exists, that they preserve. i like the photo