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One of only a few of my discoveries which I have exclusive (at least I didn't find any pictures on the www). :) I spotted this small farmhouse a few years ago on one of my rides but unfortunately there was no way inside. But happily I decided to keep in mind. This year I detected an open window. :) Have been in there twice since. 

 

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