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Nice one Steve.
According to Davis again, at the far end of the yard (looking from the back door) there was a shed for wood in the left corner and a 'closet' in the right. The woodshed may have moved by 1893 though.

Ps how do you resize the attachment without losing detail?
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Nice one Steve.
According to Davis again, at the far end of the yard (looking from the back door) there was a shed for wood in the left corner and a 'closet' in the right. The woodshed may have moved by 1893 though.

Ps how do you resize the attachment without losing detail?
Joshua,

As you noticed it's an embedded attachment not an inserted image.
Process I use is to download, it comes as a .png. I use gimp but Photoshop works the same, to crop to the essentials check the image properties it may be ok to upload but probably too big. If so I resize it and save as jpeg so I get some control of image quality and deminsions.


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