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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

White barn in snow...


 We are having snow as I get this ready to schedule it to post about 3 days from now.  It is the most snow we have had in at least a couple years if it stopped now.  But we are supposed to get 6-12 inches.  

22 comments:

Hill Top Post said...

I love the old barns with tall steep roofs like this one. Well, we ended up with 8 inches and it's headed your way.

Ginny Hartzler said...

I love all the white with the one item of green. Stay safe and warm!

Laurel Wood said...

Wonderful barn in the snow.

Nancy Chan said...

How nice if you are able to send some of the snow to me. It is so hot here, no rain for the past 2 weeks.

Ann said...

Another wonderful barn photo.
We were supposed to get up to a foot of snow but didn't get close. I would say maybe half of that. I'm quite happy they were wrong on their prediction

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Another fine barn. It sounds as though you're having some pretty bleak weather at present. Hope it warms up soon.

Sandra said...

to me the trees at the top make the photo. love it! stay safe. looks like half the country is snowed in and all the vaccine is trapped in ice and snow

Jeevan said...

Snow and white barn matched well! But red would be outstanding. The weather is too cold everywhere this year.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
A fairly new awning on the side there, so I guess this one is still used and loved! YAM xx

A Left-Eyed View said...

Great capture of this barn and the view inside! Hopefully you're not getting as much snow as we got.

Martha said...

Nice shot. So much snow everywhere this year!

ushasurya said...

The roof is yet to get some icing I think!!!
Lovely winter image here :))

CheerfulMonk said...

Stay safe and warm!

L. D. said...

I like the barn with the lean to shed roof added. We have the factory in town that makes those John Deer machinery. They ship them all over the United States.

Red Rose Alley said...

Enjoy your snow, Rose. That's quite a bit. My first snowfall here in the mountains brought us about a foot of snow, but it really looked like more. We are supposed to get a second snowfall soon. That white barn looks charming with the snow.

~Sheri

happyone said...

Like the old barn. The snow continues to fall here too.

Ruthie said...

Lovely, classic barn scene. We are in the midst of a snow storm.

....peter:) said...

i love your picture of the barn in the snow Rose...
it's strange that you are getting all the way down to Texas... we have had sunny days for a week now and no snow... peter:)

ElaineH said...

A beautiful barn! I love the shape and the steep roof. It looks nice in the snow. I hope that you are staying warm with all of that snow. We are having sleet and freezing rain here.

don said...

Great burn is a great service protecting equipment. Sorry about all that snow.

Steve in Japan said...

A fine old barn that has seen a lot of use. That Polar Vortex has put down the white stuff from coast to coast.

Michael Rawluk said...

We had a foot in the last week. More on its way. We need it.

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