Monday, February 7, 2011

one fine barn

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have watched this barn over the years go from a sad, crumbling, neglected structure to this very fine barn. I just wonder what its new purpose is ?????

its next door neighbor, below, the full version of a previous post click click here

10 comments:

  1. It looks ready to stand the test of time now!

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  2. That IS one fine barn! So nice that someone restored it, seldom do we see that here.

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  3. Always nice to see a new roof on a barn. It will last much longer now. MB

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  4. That's a grand looking barn. It maybe used for horses.
    ☼ Sunny

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  5. What a niiice barn... looks like it's moved up the ladder! =) I really love all that wood!!!
    I'm one that still loves the crumbling ol' barns, too - such history wrapped up in such places... it's truly ashame people let them rot like that, though!

    Thank you very much for joining in, I appreciated you! =)

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  6. It sure is a beautiful barn! How wonderful that someone rescued it!

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  7. They've done a magnificient job restoring it. Long live the barn!

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  8. How exciting to see a barn restored instead of torn down....or allowed to fall apart!

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  9. Oh I wish that we could afford to repair ours. I wish that people before us had not left it to sag and decay.

    Barns are a part of our heritage that will not be repeated.

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