I thought this would look cool. Turns out, it is cool.
Reclaimed Einar Olson's infamous tobacco barn that only lived a few feet away from the original Wis. Routes 12 and 18 halfway between Deerfield and Cambridge, Wis. This barn was noted as one of the reasons for the reconstruction and moving of the road as it stood victim of countless car accidents from bad weather conditions. Retired in 2015. When I cut into this wood I can still smell the tobacco. It's a good day when I get to use this wood. It's always been my favorite. The story is on the back. 8.5" x 8.5" x .75" As always 100% locally reclaimed barn wood. Each piece is uniquely different. 10.5" x 10.5" x 1.5"