Monday, August 12, 2013

Barn Charm # 54

Heading out for a jaunt one day while the Pres was involved doing other things, I met a few interesting people and discovered a few interesting places along the way...like this place.






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17 comments:

Delores said...

Red barns are the best.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Great red barns unite today, JP! :-)

TexWisGirl said...

nice, wide spread of a barn.

acreativeharbor.com said...

Oh, another wonderful barn ~ great photo ~ do love barns ~ thanks, carol, xo

ps. yes you are right I love, love my little yorkie!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

the bran shows off so much better with the green in the foreground, JP. And snow would work too so this gives you another place to visit this winter.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

That barn just seems to ramble - and it's such a great red!

bj said...

What a pretty olden red barn...

Renegades said...

I love barns. Especially when they have horses...........cows.......or sheep!

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Mimsie said...

What a fantastic barn!! We don't have that type of barn in Australia and it's always great to see what farms in other countries have. Thanks for sharing this one.

Jan n Jer said...

Nice shot!

Candy C. said...

Love those red, red barns!! :)

Beth said...

I love the faded hues of red! It's a terrific barn made more so by the part behind it. The old machinery adds just the right touch. :>)

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I love red barns. This one is very nice!

Mari said...

Great barn, especially with that farm equipment in front of it.

Rose said...

Looks like a pretty big barn...and looks like it has just rained going by the puddle of water.

Allyson Ripple said...

If I'm going to have a barn, red would definitely be its color. There is something about the color red which makes it look outstanding, even after years passed and the color is somewhat faded. Anyhow, this is really an interesting place. Everything complements one another. I just hope the owner would fix the damages, like the window frames, for it to last for more years. Allyson Ripple @ DnMRoofing.net

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