The bunkhouse served two purposes. The front half, the half closest to the house, was where Bob and Mike slept. Mike would often brag that he could turn off the light and then be in bed before it went out. For years his children, nieces, and nephews…

Welcome to everyone's favorite part of the tour. During this portion, please stay on the path, as it is not safe to walk through the junkyard itself. Some of the items in there haven't been moved since they were first discarded up to 80 years ago.…

This potato planter was pulled by the horses. Someone would sit on top and drop potatoes in the holes that the machine dug. When it came time to harvest potatoes, they used forks to dig up the potatoes and put them into buckets. A horse and plow were…

The barn was where the cows were milked and where the horses were kept when they were not working. Horses on the Rastovich farm were not for riding, rather they pulled the plows and potato planters until the family got its first tractor, purchased by…

You are standing on the front porch of the farmhouse. Construction on this house began in 1919 and the Rastoviches moved in upon its completion in 1920. In front of you lies the north pasture. Originally potatoes were planted in that field, then it…