Just posted the sample menu I found amongst some old stuff.
I totaly live next door to the man who owns that barn. he's a friend of my dads and of mine. his name is paul. as odd as his property is he's a very nice man. he simply cares nothing for the system. then again if i spent 20 something years in prison for something i didnt do id be a little pissed to.
Fantastic photos, please consider joining my groups your photos would be great fit for North American Railroader, and Locomotion.. Invites have been sent to join I have a lot of members already in the railroading groups of which the photos are focused on our continent's railroading heritage and future...
Thanks, Papabarn. I am trying to pin down the location. I didn't have a GPS and I will get it out of Sudbury as soon as I can .
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Thank you! Greetings from Massachusetts (between Boston and Worcester)US. Hope you are well!
World is a small place
I hate to tell you this, but your photo location is not in Wayland but in Sudbury, Ma.
Ken was a visionary. Not only in technology but in how he related to and treated other people. As an employer, he "set the bar" for management to a level that few employers have or will ever reach. By doing so he gained an employee work ethic, dedication, and loyalty that few employers will ever see. I am proud to have been one of those employees.