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“Here in Minnesota, there’s something fun to do for just about everyone. No matter what your interests, you’ll find a park or store or museum devoted to it. If you’re really lucky, you’ll even find off-the-beaten-track attractions related to your interest. That certainly holds true for Minnesota’s crafters and quilters. Not only is the state home to many quilt shops and craft stores, but it’s also home to a beautiful countryside quilt barn trail that is well worth the drive.”

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-Article by Betsy Rathburn, published 11/17/2018

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This article from the Waunakee Tribune, written by Bob Khouri, details the reuse of the Nordeng family barn. The barn, which had sat outside the creek on the property south of Norway Grove Memorial Lutheran Church in Wisconsin, was constructed in 1946 using oak. Rilco rafters of Minnesota re-purposed the oak from the barn for a distillery in Madison, called State Line Distillery.

 

 Jeremiah Logemann and Ron Nordeng check out the distillery made of wood repurposed from the Nordeng family barn.

Jeremiah Logemann and Ron Nordeng check out the distillery made of wood repurposed from the Nordeng family barn.

Source: http://www.hngnews.com/waunakee_tribune/ne...
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