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The Barn People Keep Moving in Cornish

Fred Baker, 72, of Hebron, N.Y., works to remove slate shingles from an early 19th-century barn Tuesday in Cornish. “I try to keep moving,” Baker said. “At this age, once you stop it all stops.” The barn is being deconstructed by The Barn People in Windsor and will be taken to the company’s headquarters where it will be refurbished and sold for reconstruction elsewhere. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan)

Fred Baker, 72, of Hebron, N.Y., works to remove slate shingles from an early 19th-century barn Tuesday in Cornish. “I try to keep moving,” Baker said. “At this age, once you stop it all stops.” The barn is being deconstructed by The Barn People in Windsor and will be taken to the company’s headquarters where it will be refurbished and sold for reconstruction elsewhere. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan) Purchase photo reprints »

Fred Baker, 72, of Hebron, N.Y., works to remove slate shingles from an early 19th-century barn Tuesday in Cornish. “I try to keep moving,” Baker said. “At this age, once you stop it all stops.” The barn is being deconstructed by The Barn People in Windsor and will be taken to the company’s headquarters where it will be refurbished and sold for reconstruction elsewhere.
Valley News — Ryan Dorgan