Some great barns and scenery through the year. Most of these barns are outside the city of LaConner, WA
Looks like this barn is playing peek-a-boo.
A wreath on a barn - this barn has been converted into a gym and other activity spaces.
Near the barn, very old tree with a country seat. Spring and summer must be wonderful here.
Though I would turn that chair to the
side for a view of Mt. Baker
A clever mailbox, perfect for a farm.
Further down the road - a sweet tree house
And more mountains!
A new barn - with a very modern home behind.
Back to more a more traditional barnyard.
A lovely old chicken house that has been converted - think of all the wonderful
things you might do in this space.
A very old school building - built in the early 1860s - sadly now left to the elements. It sits next to an home, built in 1901, on private land - they have kept up the yard surrounding the school - but the building should be restored because of its history.
In 1977 there was an effort to raise money and restore the school - but only a few things were fixed and the plan never was completed. It was the first school in Skagit County and has an interesting history. For more info - here is a very interesting blog- Sun Breaks .
Pleasant Ridge - No. 14 - even the sign shows its age. I'm not sure why the sign says No. 14 - unless later the building was used for the Grange. Since it was the first school in the county, the No. 14 is puzzling.