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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Old Barns - Lynden, WA


Not all the barns around Lynden, WA are well kept - but the apple trees on this farm are pruned and ready for apples.


A new roof and one side painted - in fairly good condition.
The original small barn and a newer improved one - but both have seen better days.
The oldest one is beginning to bulge  and bend.


Sagging and old


Bundles of long stakes for the nearby raspberry fields.  Many older farms have been converted to growing raspberries.
Shiny new roof and pretty white fence.
Hidden in the woods, an old shed.

Looking across the fields to a favorite farm with an old yellow barn.
Very friendly old yellow barn
Two old barns that I had never noticed before - perhaps the trees completely hide them in the summer.

No barn left - just the hay field and the old silo.


10 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Great series of barns. The first one look like they are falling down. I like the friendly yellow one. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

Tom said...

...JoAnn what a fabulous collection of barns, they are so different! Yellow barns are a favorite of mine, I see them now and then in this area. Thanks for sharing, please come back again.

Carver said...

Great collection of barns and I love the colorful header.

Felicia said...

excellent collection of barns. the silo looks sad without its barn friend.

Michelle said...

I LOVE that old, yellow barn. What a classic!!!!!!

Lea said...

What a wonderful collection of barns!
And I like the view across the fields with the huge tree in the foreground!

Rose said...

Some of these are so, so old...I would love to know their stories. Actually, any of them.

The Furry Gnome said...

Your supply of barns is endless!

A Colorful World said...

Awesome finds! Some of these need some love. I adore that yellow one! :-)

Lowcarb team member said...

What a fantastic series of barns, I liked everyone!

All the best Jan