I show this barn every winter...I look at these photos several times a year and love it every single time I look at it. They were taken in the winter of 1978-79. They are scans of an B&W photos. This barn was basically in our front yard. Roger and I lived in the little house that belonged with this barn. It has burned down since then, but was and always will be my favorite place on this earth.
While I was at it, I figured I might as well show the full view of the header photo...if you look real close out on past the right, you can see dried cornstalks. That whole area there was our garden when we lived there.
When I started putting presents under the tree, I made sure and leave a space back under it for Bubbie. I call it his man-cave, but he does not like it as much as he did before the presents were there.
This is a barn we pass on the way to Nashville, Indiana. It is on past Spencer, Indiana on 46. The road is busy, so I have to shoot out my window. This time I actually rolled the window down...so far, I think this is my most successful shot of the old barn.
Go ahead...click the get a bigger view. Can you feel the cold? We ventured out for a little drive today...side roads were nothing but ice. We did have a little adventure with that. Otherwise, it took me forever to warm up after we got home.