I'm slowly returning to blogging. I've spent most of this past week redoing my studio. Pulling everything out - sorting through bins and bags and boxes - and rearranging things. I moved my dolls to the piano room where they now have a new shelf unit that they can pose on for photos - and the shelves beneath have cubbies for storing their clothes, shoes, boots and accessories. The studio was emptied of 10 bags of throw-aways and give-aways - things were resorted and tidied and it is much nicer in there now - a place that I can once again use for crafting and sewing.
Now - to the barns. I've continued to take photos of barns while on my break - so have lots to share. Don't worry - I'm not sharing them all today.
Let's start with some from late October - with the leaves beginning to turn.
A sad old barn, beginning to lose some of its boards. I don't expect it to be around too much longer.
This one has been re-sided, has new windows and looks like it might become a home.
Sagging more and more - poor barn isn't all that old - I've shown it before and like to photograph it now and then to show how it is caving in.
A little red horse/hay barn in front of autumn leaves and Mt. Baker.
And another view of the barn sinking into the Skagit flats, surrounded by green winter fields.