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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Round barn, log cabin, and more...


This round barn is what originally what drew me to this place.  I don't remember where I heard about it.  It is not in my book A Round Indiana, Round Barns of Indiana by John T. Hanou.


This log cabin is at the Skinner Farm Museum, too.  It was moved there; I don't remember where it was in its former life.  And notice in the background is a brick home.  It is two stories, and is a fairly big home...and it was moved there from a few miles away!  I do not recall if the round barn was already there or if the guy moved it there, too.  I think most buildings there are buildings he moved there.


I don't know why I am showing this one...I don't remember a thing about it.  I like that it is old...I like that it is logs with the ends notched.


I hope you enjoyed seeing these.

15 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

My very favorite is the round barn. I LOVE it!!!! I have never seen one before. We attend a round church, so the devil can't get us cornered.

Bill said...

Fun stuff--- I like that round barn a lot!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Muito original aquele celeiro redondo, aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Ann said...

I like the round barn. How interesting that he has moved buildings to this location.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

In the Iron Age circular buildings were the norm in Britain, it may have been the influence of the Romans that led to the introduction of rectangular buildings. The round building is actually more stable as the corners of buildings are their weak point. This whole collection of photos is fascinating to me.

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

Great series, I love the round barn. Wishing you a happy day!

Sandra said...

I like that barn and have never seen a round one, the roof is really pretty to me, my favorite today is the second one, the old house with notched logs. love it and would like to own it... I would love to wander on this property

Laurel Wood said...

Very interesting photos. I really love that round barn.

don said...

I like the variety of this post. These are very attractive pictures. The round barn is especially good

Steven said...

These views seem to take me back in time. I love that round barn with its deep red color!

ElaineH said...

These are great images! I like the log cabins and the round barn is very interesting. I have only seen one round barn in Maryland. It just seems to odd to me to build it that way but I guess we are used to the more classic type barn structures.

happyone said...

That round barn is unusual and so nice!! I've never seen a round barn.

The Furry Gnome said...

That round barn is amazing! I've only seen two elsewhere.

Kodak said...

I especially like the round red barn. It's cool.

Small City Scenes said...

I would like to see a round barn in real life. There is one in Eastern Washington I have seen in a book and it is private so can't even go see it. Love the kntched lumber.
MB

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