Two restaurant owners want to rebuild a western Michigan barn from the 1880s in Detroit as a venue for events such as weddings, an art gallery or some other new use.
Scott Lowell and Carolyn Howard, the married co-owners of the Traffic Jam and Snug Restaurant, told the Detroit Free Press that they had the roughly 7,500-square-foot wooden barn disassembled, loaded onto a flatbed trailer and trucked to Detroit.
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It is almost time to drive away from this snow to sunny Florida and we are super excited to use our new #DSO tour truck to transport the instruments! It took a team of workers just under 10 hours to get all the graphics applied to the truck, now lets see how long it takes to load …