I am a bit of the confused variety, "But isn’t that a Steel Shedd Company machine Shed Deluxe?"
"In the eye of the beholder, yes," the young lady says with a twinkle in her eye, then she explains, "Wehn my husband and I moved back to the
Township with the intention of finding an old barn and converting it into a house to live in. Slight problem around here was that people in Weenerman Township are still using their old barns as workshops, horse stables, and even as barns. And also his parents had a nice building site just down the road from this Freight House and that’d meant that even if we could have found an old barn, we would have had to have moved it in by pieces."
I nod, she’s making sense.
"And I land a job working here at Rail’s End, my dearest still has his job in at Clover Seat, but it’s a short jaunt, not like if we lived in Burdock Center and had to go through that water-bridge everyday,’ she explains.
"Especially now that they are conducting sensitive biological surveys," I note.
"What?" the Freight House Sales Person inquires.
"Nothing relevant," I quickly reply, "So how does all this have to do with a Steel Shedd? With matching porch and glider-swing?"