Living Life To The Fullest On Main Street, Virginia
What a great contribution for Barn Charm this week. Hope you have a good evening.
Great shots. I really like those metal roofs.
Something about this one......I really like it!
Wow, that's an amazing barn..... I love the way it looks now, but I'd love to see it when it was first built.
ahhh, what a shame such a beauty has to at last crumble. I always liked the idea of being able to buy an old barn and turn it into a home....big daydreamer that I am! It reminds me of Grace Livingston Hill's 'Enchanted Barn'. Hope you are having a great day..filled with all the small pleasant things that home gives us.
Neat old barn! Glad you got it, cause it looks like its not going to be around long. :(
I love this barn, Mom! Yep, it has seen better days...but that always makes me wonder what kind of "life" it had when it was a busy, productive barn! It's funny you should say that you would imagine AZ having lots of barns, because there are horses. That's true...there are even horses inside the city limits of Tucson, but usually with a horse shed of some kind. And not that many, really. Candy mentioned that she has trouble finding barns and they live in the more rural areas. I just was so stunned the first time I saw this big lovely red barn right off a main road! (I'm curois now about the air conditioner!) But once for Fridays Fences when I posted the Mucho Costo Rancho gate, there were horses, and I think they just had a shed of some kind. I'll have to start looking! :-)
what a beauty. such character. the roof adds such interest to it all. (:
That looks like one very old structure, I wonder when it was built & all the stories it could tellThanks for joining =)
You and Marie are finding really great barns to share - let's hope this one escapes the clutches of the graffiti artist!!!!Mary
I just bet she was a beauty in her day....
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