Monday, June 17, 2013

Barn Charm # 49

Last week when we were with my son who lives in a town bordering the one in which I was raised, we noticed how much much it's changed. Showing my son some of the places that are memorable to me was kind f fun actually.

Woodbury, CT

He wondered what the big deal about this old place was. When I told him that it meant nothing, he asked, "Then why the picture, Mom?"

The Pres responded before I could...he does that a lot...LOL!!!
"It's for her blog."

Little does he know though....it's for sharing with YOU and everyone at 

12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

:)

Willow said...

That is a great old dairy barn !

Chatty Crone said...

Okay - now that is what I call a barn! And the Prez sounds like Rick - the blog - the blog! sandie

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

so close to the road - what a cool place. love that roof & those windows. ( :

acreativeharbor.com said...

Great photo ~ so much character ~ Love it! happy day ^_^

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That's a huge barn!

Ann said...

Wow that's a log barn. I'm thinking big dairy farm?

Mari said...

That is one huge barn! I'm glad you got the photo for us. :)
I get teased the same way.

Elaine said...

Lovely barn! I appreciate you sharing it with us at Barn Charm. Someday maybe your son will realize the beauty in old buildings, and just taking a photo of something that appeals to you.

Joann Winton said...

Kids always have questions for us, which I think is a good thing because it only means that they're becoming interested to something. Anyway, that's one big barn. But I guess this space has been sitting unused for some time based on the condition of the roof and windows; the damage on the structure is apparently and visible. > > Joann Winton @ AJCRoofing.com

Allyson Duguay said...

It’s great that it is still standing. Hopefully, whoever owns it at least maintains it if he’s no longer using it, or maybe offer it to be renovated inside as a hall for gatherings. They can maintain the outward barn look but modernize the inside of it to further accommodate the idea.

Allyson
Affordable Roofing Systems

Lenore Rushford said...

I agree. It looks like a good place to hold large gatherings. And since the barn still looks sturdy, it might only take a few reinforcements and renovation to make it look like the classic barn outside but a great venue on the inside. Why not suggest it to the local officials and turn it into a town project? That would be something.

Lenore

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