Are We Walking to Alaska

Are We Walking to Alaska
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Saturday, July 30, 2016


More barns from our jaunt to British Columbia, Canada
 I thought this was a pretty little horse barn - but there were cows inside
 A large old farm - not much in use anymore.
 Cornfields in front of a working barn and unused silos.
 Nice brown barn
 One of the very large farms - many modern buildings and a brand new silo next to the old ones - one without a top.
An old barn no longer used for its original purpose - at one time part of it was painted and part wasn't - I wonder why.


Powell River Books said...

Did you enjoy your vacation up to my country? Really, there isn't much difference in the looks of the land and buildings. But I do think there is a difference in how people think and act. - Margy

Kim said...

My goodness there are some gorgeous barns over there. I love the first one....that is so pretty.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, great barn series. I love the farms and tall silos.
Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Pondside said...

I thought of your barn series as I was driving through the Fraser Valley last week. Perhaps that half-painted barn was a work-in-progress.....part way through the paint job!

J said...

There are always such wide open spaces around the barns you photograph. That really emphasizes the vast beauty of our country - and Canada as well!

Tom said...

"A large old farm - not much in use anymore" is my favorite this week. JoAnn, this is such a great collection, thanks for making The Barn Collective part of your week. I hope to see you soon.

Small City Scenes said...

Neat barns. I know progress is progress but it seems so sad to just let the old barns fall into disrepair.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

There's such a nice variety of styles there. Maybe he ran out of paint or decided it was too hard a job! lol Enjoy your day sweet friend. Hugs, Diane

Lea said...

Great series of photos!
Those red and white buildings sure do catch the eye!
Have a wonderful week!

Carla said...

What nifty barns you found and photographed. That red and white barn group makes me think of candy canes. They make me smile.