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Leo Posch
5981 Wellman Road
McLouth, KS 66054
913-796-6400
Mobile 785 424 0752
leoposch at gmail dot com

Hours
Since I work at home, I'm here most of the time.
However, it is a good idea to call ahead just to make sure I'm here.
In other words, don't come here unless I know you are coming.
Since it is just a one person shop I can't guarantee certain hours.
Especially when the weather is nice.
I'm flexible though. If I'm here it is usually ok to drop something off.
Weekends and late evenings or early mornings can be fine, just call first.
Just so you know, probably the worst time to call is after 7:00 in the evening,
especially on Sunday.
Starting around 7:00 we're getting the kids ready for bed.


Directions
Before you read the directions, remember that this place is very easy to find!



Alert!
We have moved our driveway entrance.
It is now finished and ready for your safe arrival.


Cross the Kansas river bridge at 6th and Massachusetts streets going north.
This is highway 59N.
Keep going north.
You will go under I-70 at the East Lawrence Exit.
Then junction 24-40 and 59.
Stay on 59N-24W.
In a couple miles the road will curve to the left, west.
Soon, on your left, you will see the Midland Farm Store.
Across the road from the store, on your right is a road named Douglas County 1045.
Take that right turn, north, on DC1045.
My driveway is almost exactly 9 miles from that turn on that very same road.
DC1045 and Wellman road are the same road,
the name just changes when you get to Jefferson County.
The crossroad numbers get bigger as you go north on Wellman.
The last crossroad before my house is 54th.
DO NOT TURN ON 54th!
We are at the top of the hill after 54th on Wellman road.
Now, for safety, pay close attention.
Our new driveway entrance is about 300 feet before the mailbox.
There is a 5981 sign on a corner post there.
See the tour page for a picture.
If you come to our mailbox you have gone too far.
You can go up the road to 66th road and turn around if that happens.
Park anywhere out there, by the tractor, garage, whatever.
Be sure to pull off to the side so that other people can get through.
The shop is in the basement of the house which is open on the south.
So you have to go under the deck to get there.
There is a gravel pathway that leads to the house and it forks at the deck.
Take the low road, and I'm usually in the room at the farthest (3rd) door.

From Kansas City
On I-70, go west to the East Lawrence Exit.
Then follow the directions for Lawrence from the East Lawrence Exit.

On K-10, go to Lawrence then follow the Lawrence directions.

Or you could go through Eudora.
Take the Church St. Exit for Eudora.
Go right, north, on Church to the second 4-way stop.
Left, west, on 10th to Main.
Right, north, on Main.
Keep on going out of town until you get to K-32.
Left, west, on K-32 to 24-40.
Left, south, on 24-40, and it curves back to the right, west.
Go to the junction of 59.
Take a right, north, on 59N-24W.
In a couple miles the road will curve to the left, west.
Soon, on your left, you will see the Midland Farm Store.
Across the road from the store, on your right is a road named Douglas County 1045.
Take that right turn, north, on DC1045.
My driveway is almost exactly 9 miles from that turn on that very same road.
DC1045 and Wellman road are the same road,
the name just changes when you get to Jefferson County.
The crossroad numbers get bigger as you go north on Wellman.
The last crossroad before my house is 54th.
DO NOT TURN ON 54th!
We are at the top of the hill after 54th on Wellman road.
Now, for safety, pay close attention.
Our new driveway entrance is about 300 feet before the mailbox.
There is a 5981 sign on a corner post there.
See the tour page for a picture.
If you come to our mailbox you have gone too far.
You can go up the road to 66th road and turn around if that happens.
Park anywhere out there, by the tractor, garage, whatever.
Be sure to pull off to the side so that other people can get through.
The shop is in the basement of the house which is open on the south.
So you have to go under the deck to get there.
There is a gravel pathway that leads to the house and it forks at the deck.
Take the low road, and I'm usually in the room at the farthest (3rd) door.

There are so many ways to go.
On I-70, go east to the East Lawrence Exit.
Once you pay the toll turn right at the light.
Now you are on highway 59N.
Then see the instructions from Lawrence.

On 24, go east past Perry.
You will come to a junction of 59-24.
Stay on 24E-59S.
There are some sharp curves, be careful.
When you get almost to Lawrence, right before the final curve south,
you will come to the Midland Farm Store.
It will be on your right.
On the left, north, is DC-1045.
Turn left, north, on 1045.
My driveway is almost exactly 9 miles from that turn on that very same road.
DC1045 and Wellman road are the same road,
the name just changes when you get to Jefferson County.
The crossroad numbers get bigger as you go north on Wellman.
The last crossroad before my house is 54th.
DO NOT TURN ON 54th!
We are at the top of the hill from 54th on Wellman road.
Now, for safety, pay close attention.
Our new driveway entrance is about 300 feet before the mailbox.
There is a 5981 sign on a corner post there.
See the tour page for a picture.
If you come to our mailbox you have gone too far.
You can go up the road to 66th road and turn around if that happens.
Park anywhere out there, by the tractor, garage, whatever.
Be sure to pull off to the side so that other people can get through.
The shop is in the basement of the house which is open on the south.
So you have to go under the deck to get there.
There is a gravel pathway that leads to the house and it forks at the deck.
Take the low road, and I'm usually in the room at the farthest (3rd) door.

From Leavenworth
Get on K-92 going West.
Go to McLouth.
Take a right, west, in Mclouth at the stop sign.
Now you are on 16-92.
About 3 miles out of Mclouth the highway jogs to the right.
Don't go to the right.
Instead take the hard to see left turn off the highway.
At the stop sign go left, south.
Now you are on Wellman Road.
My driveway is now only 2.7miles away.
Pass 78th road, 70th road, 66th road.
We are the house at the top of the hill, on the right, from 66th road.
About 2.75 miles from where you turned off of 16-92.
It is safe to use the mailbox driveway to enter from this direction,
but please use the new driveway to exit.
Park anywhere out there, by the tractor, garage, whatever.
Be sure to pull off to the side so that other people can get through.
The shop is in the basement of the house which is open on the south.
So you have to go under the deck to get there.
There is a gravel pathway that leads to the house and it forks at the deck.
Take the low road, and I'm usually in the room at the farthest (3rd) door.

Take 59S south out of town.
Left turn, east, on 16-92 about a mile out of town.
In about 4 miles the road curves to the right, south, stay on it.
Then the road curves back to the left, east, this time don't stay on it.
Keep going straight, south.
It is kind of hard to see the turn-off, but it is there.
Now you are on Wellman Road going south.
My driveway is now 2.7 miles away.
Pass 78th road, 70th road, 66th road.
We are the house at the top of the hill, on the right, from 66th road.
About 2.75 miles from where you turned off of 16-92.
It is safe to use the mailbox driveway to enter from this direction,
but please use the new driveway to exit.
Park anywhere out there, by the tractor, garage, whatever.
Be sure to pull off to the side so that other people can get through.
The shop is in the basement of the house which is open on the south.
So you have to go under the deck to get there.
There is a gravel pathway that leads to the house and it forks at the deck.
Take the low road, and I'm usually in the room at the farthest (3rd) door.



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