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Monday, August 12, 2013

Yee-Haw....time for Barn Charm....

I forgot I had these to use for Barn Charm....took them just last week.

Notice the gate in the above picture...I used a view of it the other day in the Friday's Fences meme.
And let me give you this side view of this big old barn...it is the only view I got as we passed...

And there you have my Barn Charm.

19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

good looking roof on that last place, even if the sides look like a fringed skirt. :)

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Yee Haw - hahaha! Very nice barns! - and Tex is right, that weathered barn looks to have a nice new roof.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oh great barns. I really like the red one.

Blackberry Lane said...

I love these barns! Thanks for sharing.

Ginny said...

The last barn is wearing a grass skirt! And the first one looks to me like a patchwork barn.

Elaine said...

Two beauties! Both look well used and a little raggedy--I know the feeling well!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Very nice shots! Twyla

Kaya said...

Two very charming barn. And each of them is very nice. A red barn is more festive but gray barn is also very neat.

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love the red barn. And maybe that old "gray" one was red in its former life.

Sandra said...

these are both beautiful, the gray one looks like it has a skirt on.. great shots of the red barn, both of them... it looks like a well kept barn

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great old barns. I love the red one. But the last one does look like its wearing a grass skirt as Sandra said.

don said...

Two interesting barns. I like the red one with its lean-to addition. The last one is huge and although colorless, still sturdy looking.

Small City Scenes said...

Love the little red barn. Tattered and torn but still being used.
The last on is a relic. Love it. MB

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I'm partial to red barns, so my vote goes to that one! :) Love it! The last one has a nice roof.

Judy said...

Oh Rose, I love that last one! It's been so long since I've done barn charm.

Mari said...

I like them both! There is something about a red barn, but I also love the faded gray!

Susan said...

Great photos Rose!

Leave It To Davis said...

The bottom part of the last barn looks like a grass skirt...it's so wavy!

Charles Terry said...

Barns always represent the good old days to me, and I think it is the same for those who live in the country side. That's why it's somehow depressing to see the last picture – abandoned and damaged through the years. At least the first two barns look okay despite the damage. I knew instantly that it still has an owner and still being used. I just hope the owner will do some repairs, so more people could appreciate it in the future. | Charles @ CharlesterryConstruction.com |

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