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Thursday, November 7, 2019

Just a little note first. The road I posted prior to this post...it eventually led to the old abandoned house that was shown before the post of the road....so that road led to that house, and after the house, this barn was this barn.  I don't remember exactly where they were, but do know the general area.


Also, not sure how far between the old house and this barn.


I would love to see the inside of it.


And this house probably belongs with the barn...


21 comments:

betty-NZ said...

I love finds like this down roads like that!


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Nancy Chan said...

A nice barn and farm house. They look unoccupied.

CheerfulMonk said...

You find such interesting subjects! :)

Bill said...

I like the barn with the tree!

Hootin' Anni said...

Wow. I can almost see the lace curtains dancing in the breeze thru the open window!! And the fragrance from the hay mow hits my senses as I walk thru the door to the tack room in the barn. A bit of heaven here in your photos.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Gosto de ver estas construções e aproveito para desejar e bom fim-de-semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Ann said...

Not only is that a great looking barn but I like the looks of the house too. Although it appears the roof could use a little work

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Nice find. I'm especially fond of that second picture.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
Oh, the stories waiting to be told... YAM xx

Steven said...

A beautiful sprawling farmstead!!

Sandra said...

I love that house, I would like to live in it... it is sad to see it needs repairs, I can't tell if it is lived in or not. the barn is a really nice one and looks in good repair.. so beautiful

ushasurya said...

The barn and the house both look beautiful..I love the wood ...painted white..loks lovely and would look lovelier after some sprucing up !
Devi :)
Have a nice weekend Rose :)))

happyone said...

What a fabulous looking barn!!

Ruthie said...

Beautiful classic architecture.

Steve in Japan said...

That is a big red barn! It's almost a barn complex. I like it.

Ginny Hartzler said...

So glad I found out the end of the road, hooray! My favorite picture is definitely #3, with the close up of the barn and the big tree. In the first two pictures, the field is so detailed and pretty!

....peter:) said...

i like your different points of view of the barn Rose... judging the barn isn't that far away from the barn... that is a nicely built veranda....peter:)

Ruth Hiebert said...

Oh the treasures we find on those less used roads.

Kodak said...

That is a big red barn. I never see any that big around here. Nice shots.

ElaineH said...

These are gorgeous images. I love the old barn. The tree in the one image must be really old. It is so large! I like the old house.

Hill Top Post said...

Another lovely old farm. I especially like the second barn picture.

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