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Years later, around 2009, I was once again in the area so I decided to stop in for another look.
The nearby brush had grown up tremendously, and the bed of the truck had further deteriorated
to the point the wood had collapsed and the lathe was sitting on the truck crossmembers.
It was also raining a little, so I came back again the next day.
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