United States Tate Cutoff Road Barn

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Joe Becker

About this spot
The Tate Cutoff Road barn is a weathered English-gambrel style barn with an attached lean-to. There is a grass field in front of the barn that is usually mowed short. Behind the barn is a hill with wheat (or other crops). The barn is close to the road and reportedly is a good spot to find owls.

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