Barn yarns

Where boring old Ulster farmers just used to store A for horses, Dutch farmers would park that shiny new Mercedes where the tax inspector couldn’t see it. Catalan farmers however are undisputed champions when it comes to the creative use of their barns:

[Soil in barn]

This type of soil has no market value, so the only explanation that occurs to me is that the owner is building something somewhere else and is leaving the stuff here until a final destination can be found. What I can’t figure is why he’s putting it inside the barn rather than in the large yard outside. Come and observe for yourself on this walk etc etc

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