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Monday, April 1, 2013

Smart Farmer!!!

For all of us who think that there are too many rules or would just like a chuckle.
A Minnesota farmer was denied a permit to build a horse shelter.
So he built a giant table & chairs, doesn't require a permit. 


Gattina said...

Excellent ! Some laws are just too stupid. A horse needs a shelter too !

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
WWWWAAAYYY better said the horse on the left!

Jo said...

Wow, what a smart farmer! And how contented the horses are! Greetings from Jo

TexWisGirl said...

april fools day or not, it is cute.

Andrea said...

He is a lot smarter than he thought he was ... he showed up on "Sylvia From Over The Hill". That's no easy task and it wouldn't have happened with an ordinary horse shelter ... so take that Minnesota Government politico, who ever you are. I'm guessing you won't show your face around here any time soon :)

Andrea @ From the Sol

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

I love it! A tourist attraction too.

Betsy Adams said...

I saw this I think on Facebook.. It is VERY creative.... Good Job!!!!

Ebie said...

He is such a clever farmer!

Reader Wil said...

Very inventive and beautiful too! Laws and rules are considered to protect and help people and animals, but sometimes they are used to make life more complicated and miserable.

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

A clever farmer.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh that is good Sylvia. A bit of 'lateral' thinking goes a long way :)

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