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Thank you Hanne, anitas, smllpkg, Gene, trish and Monica. Didn't go near it Monica. : )
Yikes! I sure hope you didn't try to enter this one Sandy! Looks awfully dangerous to me, beautiful old barn though! ;-)))
know what you mean gene, glad i got a little bit of land with my home so i can grow food and raise animals. i already grow my own wine. i'm thinking of putting in a water well. with all my studies, the most important one may turn out to be growing things. i am afraid this nation is in about as bad shape as this barn.
Great old barn to bad it is in such a state ...Makes me remember when this country was feeling so good about our economy and then look at these old barns and it tells us what the economy has done.....all those small farmers,,,where are they.....a lot of big farmers.....where are they ?????? Makes me wonder just how great is this nation...when the time comes ,and it won't be long before no farmers at all...where will people get food from???? Oh I forgot science they will have pills to take to replace food... LOL
Funny how the newer addition has collapsed before the older main structure. Tells you something about how things used to be constructed.
Yes, chickie. We keep calves at the moment, but it has held horses, pigs, sheep, goats.
Well, it can't be used for very much anymore!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
Thank you robryan and Ank.It IS a cute way to describe it trish. : )
Love it, thanks
oh, it reminded me of our barn because of its state of disrepair, not its size. ours is much smaller and only one story. i just loved that mother said it was held up by habit. it looked like it could collapse any minute. ;)
It was certainly a biggie!! Nice find chickie - thanks.
Good whit chckie!
Do you use your barn for animals anitas?Thank you Celeste, young man and morris. You know I will continue to search for old dilapidated barns young man.
Nice one, chickie!
OK your back on schedule with old barns chickster. For a minute I was thinking you were going to change to working barns.
Wow what a barn
Our barn is smaller and shaped differently, but has the same 3 doors above each other and used to have the roof vent like this.
Thank you Li. It is indeed very sad that these buildings have not been taken care of. They are becoming a thing of the past.
I enjoyed this puzzle, Sandy, but these run-down building always make me sad, at the same time. I think about the people who put their hard work into places like these, only to have them fall into disrepair later on. I DO like to stumble across buildings like these. I guess I'm a contradiction! (Li)
Thank you Patti.
Hi warbler. There is a house to the right outside for the frame. The yard is full of junk, so cropped it out.Thank you laura, aggie, Adriana (hug to you), jimvold, trish and jcarroll. Trish, I always wished I had grown up on a farm with a barn like this.
Another fine puzzle! Thanks Chickie!
hey ms chickiemama, this reminds me of our old barn, which mother told us it was held up by habit. ;)thanks.
Several years ago I visited a friend in Minnesota. Driving down a dirt road we came upon an old barn shaped like this one that had been restored and converted to a house. It was really quite beautiful.
Thanks again for this puzzle hug
Boy what a nice spacious barn, in its day. Too bad that this one is starting to fall apart.
Nice one. Chickie. It looks like the front or back was added to the other part and it fell apaert on the join line. Its kinda unusual how the roof was ripped. And there is a clothes line pole. Was there once a house close by? I love these things.