Last Sunday’s episode showed the Dawgs in Yorktown, VA, salvaging the Taylor Family Farm, an old produce farm. The property has quite an extensive history. It was the location of a Kiskiack tribe settlement site in the 1400-1500s. Later, Charles Parish Church & Glebe established on site in the 1600s. The first farmhouse on the property was built in the 1700s, and the current owner’s family bought the property in late 1800s and farmed it until 2005.
The Crew was able to salvage some fantastic architectural elements and great picks in various barns and other areas. Among the items featured on the episode were the 22′ Welin Davit Lifeboat Mike rode as Tay hauled it away, the apple crates Grayson painstakingly counted as Mike kept loading them up, the oyster tongs Robert demonstrated, the transoms Ted worked to salvage intact, and the beautiful glass pendant light Robert and Grayson carefully removed, and MUCH more!
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recorded after this episode premiered