Almost all these barns are drive-by shots. This is a very busy hiway, it leads to Anacortes, WA and the main terminal for this area to the San Juan Islands. No stopping to get photos - it is four lanes and always busy, as there is either a ferry coming in - or about to leave.
Bright red painted doors and clean white paint - and the back right side the barn is falling down.
Another view of the same barn.
All of today's barns are straight slant roofs instead of the traditional area barns which have the Gambrel roof.
Most have a bit of a flare in the roof part way down - again to give more hay storage space. Lots of dandelions this year.
Once grand, now shabby - but the window frames are still there.
Second view as we whizzed by
And a third view
No longer in use - and stacked in front of the barn are bundles of posts used to stake the ends of the massive raspberry fields nearby. The raspberry bushes are tied up to the wires that run between the stakes.