i wonder what they used that building for.
This is so cute! It would make a great gazebo in our yard.
Hello Rose...I'm curious too as to what it was originally. Would make a wonderful studio for crafting or painting. Thanks for your comment today on my blog post.
A nice little place needs painting to turn it into a pretty and useful place.
Um belo olhar e excelente fotografia.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
I would love to have that cute building in my back yard, and the dog and cow to... it could be my woman cave.. think wifi
I love historical old buildings and I am so nosy I would have to find out more. Hope all is well with you ad yours...nothing much has changed here, except I am starting to feel the effects on my body of being a caregiver. Blessings to you and yours.
...a bit of sunshine and warmth makes everything better.
The multisided building is very impressive. I hope you and Roger are able to go back there one day.
Interesting looking old building makes for a great picture.
It is a neat little building. I wonder if that is where they stored seed to feed the animals. It seems to be too small to hold chickens.
I wonder what it was. If walls could talk.
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