Recently we had a little vacation in British Columbia, Canada. We live only 20 miles south of the Canadian border - so vacationing there is quite simple. Touring around the Fraser Valley we enjoyed the farms. Though not much different than the barns in our part of Washington state, we found the farms to be quite large in some areas.
Some of the barns are similar in shape to our barns
Often with silos no longer in use also.
The barn and twin silos were right beside and almost underneath a freeway bridge - a hard shot to get at 110 km an hour (good thing our speedometer is marked in both miles and kilometers)
What captured my eye was the old wooden silo roofs - and the way they were joined together.
Majestic mountains tower above a small red barn
Captured in a drive by - third time was a charm - I'm glad we went that way so many times.
More next week - we had a good tour of the farming area.