I am pretty sure I have posted a view similar to this one...but who cares or who can remember anyway?
This one has seen better days.
The barns seem to live a hard life...
as you can see, this one has health issues, too.
They were all taken in East Tennessee. We were on a drive and back where most roads were wide enough for only one car. We had no idea where we were most of the time. I think we finally just happened to come across a better road.
Thanks go to Tom for hosting The Barn Collective...if you have a barn to post, won't you please join us!
This little church is between Cayuga, Indiana and Georgetown, Illinois. We were on our way home with all these clouds looming everywhere. I was snapping photos right and left and straight ahead, but we did pull into the parking lot of this little church.
There is not a lot of difference in the shots, but thought I would show this second one anyway.
This is a home in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee....I would love to have a house with a wrap-around porch. A friend of my mom's lived in a house for a short while that had a wrap around porch and I can remember being fascinated with it. I think hers went all the way around the house, but I am not sure.
A week or two ago we were crawling through the strip pit area....up ahead there was this shallow mudpuddle. I thought I saw something in it--when we got up there this is what we found.
I took a few quick shots and left it to its business...
This road is not traveled very much at all so I did not worry too much about leaving it there.
I think this is a Red Eared Slider...
I am still experimenting some computer problems which began yesterday. I have not been on the computer continually today. But different times I could not do google searches, but could on Bing. When I did a google church, there was no button to click. However, gmail and Youtube are still working. Maybe all the kinks will eventually get worked out. I feel pretty sure it is not this computer because my chromebook acted the same way yesterday. So bare with me if I am slow to visit.