While driving through Wells River, VT, I discovered an unusual structure. Further research revealed that it was termed a true round barn. Built in 1903, it is still in use today as a dairy barn. Farmers found them to be less expensive to build and more efficient to operate. And according to an old myth round barns didn't leave any corners for the devil to hide in.
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