One can't help but wonder about the purpose of the door above, especially when you see the entire picture. I have shown this barn before in my other blog, but not in snow. I thought it worthy of posting again.
This is a new window treatment I spotted yesterday...sorry for the reflections in the window. I had not seen this before. Maybe I should have Roger save his turkey wing feathers and try that here! Not! I can just see the fun the cats would have....they would love it.
Notice the star and wreath on the door! I would have loved to see this during Christmas when it was lit. I also like the tractor sign on the light pole. On the day this was taken, we didn't have this much snow left...so either they got more or it stayed cold longer up there. This was south of Lafayette and east and north of Attica.
Isn't it magnificent...just something about it that I love. You can see the signpost with no sign...I am assuming it had the sign telling what this was. If someone lives here, I wish they would give me a tour.
I have no idea about this part of the church, if indeed it is still a church. This part is intriguing. and I thought I would show you one of the main windows.... as well as the back entrance. I just love this part of it. Notice there is mail in the mailbox? I honestly wondered if someone has bought this to turn into a home or a wedding chapel.
As we passed this house on the way home yesterday, I yelled whoa, whoa, whoa....back up! I am wanting to start a collection of cat in window pictures....I thought this the perfect opportunity for one.
And you ask why the Powdery Mildew title? Once up on a time, when I worked at the orchard, a cat came there that had the white markings this cat does...the white tipped hair around the neck. My name for her was Nikita, but Mrs. D who adopted her, called her Powdery Mildew. She could have been called Squirrel, though. She had kittens not too long after coming there and guess where she had them? Up a tree down in a hollow part of it. She had to climb about ten feet to get to her kittens.
Sorry about that bit of mirror in the corner...I should have edited it out, but forgot about it being Ruby Tuesday till just now and wanted to get this posted. It makes me smile....to join the Ruby Tuesday meme, go to The Work of the Poet blogspot and sign in.