Earlier, Roger and I went to the heron viewing station that is north of Danville, IL without Lorelei. While there we got to talking to this guy and his daughter and he told us to check out this Kickapoo State Park. Well, on the way there we found this barn at another park, but for the life of me I cannot remember the name of the park.
I would love to have a studio in the barn...
anyway, had a minute and thought I would do a post to let people know I am still alive and kicking. And going to join the Barn Collective...I don't think I have visited but maybe one or two blogs once or twice since my last post.
Lorelei wants to go spend the afternoon at the creek at least once a week...and seems like I just don't have the time to visit right now. But think of everyone often. Hope all is well in your world.
This photo was taken 2 or 3 hours south of us, but still in Indiana. For some reason I have always loved this barn. I feel like I have posted it recently but cannot find it if I have. So maybe it only crossed my mind to post it. Along with it, I am going to post a few scenes that includes barns that was taken down in that area...
We were at Jackson-Washington State Forest...and there is a drive that goes to the top of the ridge. We sure enjoyed the view.
These are not the greatest shots, but I thought you might enjoy the views anyway.
I am not sure if I am ready to rejoin the blogging world. We are have Lorelei 3 and 4 days a week....she just stays here rather than us take her back and forth, or her mom coming and getting her.