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Monday, October 31, 2011

Barn Charm

Its that time of the week....time to show a barn or barns as the case may be...
so I am choosing this one that we got some where south and east of Terre Haute.
It has been a fine barn in its day. You can find more barns at Tricia's Barn Charm Meme.

22 comments:

Ellie said...

Wow, that is a big barn. I love the sloping roof.

George said...

You've found a great barn to share this week.

Lowell said...

Hi Rose...hope all's well with you and yours!

This is a great old barn...looking a bit worn down but still useable...

TexWisGirl said...

the last shot is beautiful.

heading over to see lorelei now...

EG Wow said...

It's a little worn but still standing proud! :)

Kim, USA said...

Very beautiful. I like to wonder inside ^_^

Barn Charm

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

This is one of my favorite barns that you've posted, yet... I love how big it is & the shape! Is it still in use?

There's 2 linkys for this post... did you accidentally link up twice & do you want me to delete one? not a problem, just let me know.

Thanks for joining, Rose, very much appreciated!!! =)))

Elaine said...

Fantastic barn! I liked the one in your last post too. You always seem to find such wonderful barns.

Jill said...

Fantastic shots of a great barn!

Mari said...

What a nice barn! Great find!

Bob said...

Nice lines on this one!! I love when the paint is faded and worn.. It looks like it could still be a functional working barn!

Ginny said...

That is not so far gone that some paint would make it look new!!

Genie said...

This is one BIG barn and your captures are wonderful. The crosshatching on the opening/doors in the hay loft is so nice. It could use a new paint job, but otherwise it looks to be in pretty good shape. genie

Donna said...

This is a great barn I love the faded, worn red of it.

Jan n Jer said...

Now this has charm! Great shot!!!

Sandra said...

you must live in the land of barns, you find the most beautiful and most interesting and so many of them.

Judy said...

I love it. On my road trip yesterday I spied a few barns and one in particular that we'd like to build on our place.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Love the white crossbucks on the doors. Just a wonderful barn, Rose. :)

Debbie said...

wow....this barn has everything!!

you captured it well!!

Jeanne said...

What a lovely barn! Ah yes, Indiana! Wonderful barns there for sure

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Your barn photos are awesome! I appreciate your visit and comment! Have a good week.

Carole said...

What a great barn.

I hadn't noticed until recently just how many barns have that upper overhang. I'm assuming that not only does it keep the rain away from the upper doors, but there's a place to hang a pulley to help with storing hay.

Nice shots. :-)

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