Oh, I loved abandoned barns! I would love to drive up and load all that wonderful wood up and repurpose it, too!
Me too! I would love to have a “studio” and line one wall with this wood! Thanks for stopping by Daune.
Thank you Asmita. We appreciate the visit and that you left a comment!
I have one of these near me and I just love driving by. It speaks of history and productivity and family to me!
It certainly does. They always make me wonder what those “old” boards would say if they could talk – something fascinating I am sure! Thank you for stopping by and commenting today Laura. We appreciate it!
Just taken a copy of this pic. I seem to have this thing going at the moment where I am saving pics I would like to paint. This one is so rustic.
Thanks for stopping by today! This would make a great painting! If you do paint it, send us a picture of your painting. We would love to see it.
It reminds me of my house
Looks so much like summer there, we have white stuff on the ground!!
We are lucky. Still warm and wonderful, but I am ready for the beautiful leaves! Thanks for commenting today Tara.
Wordless Wednesday, but that picture of an abandoned barn is talking to a lot of us. I played in one somewhat like that when I was growing up in Northern California. Mine was an old abandoned winery, full of secrets and hidden passageways. Me and my little buddies headed there every afternoon after school. Thanks for sharing a great Wordless Wednesday.
What a wonderful memory that is! I bet it wasa treasure trove for the imagination. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting and sharing such a great memory with us.
What a beautiful photo. This is the kind of place that I could enjoy a Sat. afternoon picnic, or just an evening walk exploring everything around it. Thank you for sharing!
Thank you for stopping by Mary. It would be a great place for a Sunday picnic. NC has so many wonderful old buildings like this. I could to an entire book just on old barns!