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I once read that every country road in America has an antiques shoppe somewhere along it, too.I love a good, smelly cow barn, the warmth, the teeming life from the mice to the owls in the rafters, and although the farmer works there and owns the farm, there are really only two owners of a barn like this: the top farm dog and, of course, the top tomcat. I grew up spending my summers on my uncle's dairy farm, playing in the hay loft (we called it a hay mow, rhymes with cow) and having wonderful times.
Yes mam, you got that right.
Take a left. Take a right. Go straight. Left again. Left again. Follow those back roads, they hold wonders.
LOL You guys are too funny. Those stillettos become a problem when climbing fences and walking in side those barns. They get stuck between the spaces in the old barn floors.
Nice profile photo, Fodus!
Well, Tex, if I see her out there, I'll probably take a pix of her too. Are you Sure she's the only one?:-)
Only Chickie wears her stillettos and sparkled jeans with a sequined top when she goes picture taking! Many people stop and take pix of her! I like this photo, Warbler, good job!
Must have been a horse barn.
A great barn Warbler and when I have a few hours to drive around SC I do and discover many great sights. The Chickster is right.
That's great! Keep 'em coming.
Thanks Chickie. I read in the comments of one of your puzzles a reply to Oddio something like "just veer off into any little town and you will find sights" It stuck with me and I did this weekend and, YOUR RIGHT!!