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Sunday, June 4, 2017

Barns and Such

A pretty barn, well maintained
This barn sits near the tulip and daffodil fields - I doubt it is used for anything now.
Landscaped and lovingly restored
I looked around for the horses but didn't see any -they must be someplace.
Unused and sitting behind a field of raspberries.

A wonderful white farm - looks like a fresh coat of paint.

A small, old barn sitting in front of the larger barn
And an interesting old western village - could it have been a play area for the farmer's children?  Just think of the adventures.


Kim said...

Just imagine the adventures and stories that old western village has to tell. What a very cool place to while away the day in the land of make believe. Love your barns, JoAnn.

Michelle said...

A nice variety of barns today. Have a great week!

Marigene said...

Gorgeous barns this week!

Rose said...

Oh, gosh, these stir the imagination, and I am loving that one by the field of raspberries so much.

Tom said...

...JoAnn, what a great collection you have for us this week. I love the barns in your area that have the long roof lines, something uncommon here. The last one is slowly being reclaimed by nature. Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope that you will stop back again.

Lorrie said...

The old western village is intriguing. Your barn photos are always enjoyable to see.

The Furry Gnome said...

Lotsa barns in your neighbourhood!

Lea said...

What a wonderful series of barn photos!
So glad to see one that has been restored.
Number 8 is my favorite this week

happyone said...

Terrific bunch of barns.