boy does that old barn have some great character...glad you are back with Barn Charm!!
Our archives always give us surprises don't they! This barn has a great shape to it. I'm curious about the glass windows. I wonder what they were planning when they did that.The basketball net is kinda cool too and the car peaking out. It reminds me of a vintage Volkswagon Rabbit but I don't know for sure. Hope your New Year is off to a wonderful start!!
A beautiful old barn. I wonder if it's still standing. I noticed a vintage car in the door too. Thanks for hosting Tricia! Have a great week.
Nice photos ! Have a good day !
What a nice rustic barn! It may have seen better days, but it's got a lot of charm.
Love all the doors running down the side of this old barn. Ours has two doors on the side but that is all. You just take the best pictures of the barns. I can tell the photography comes from your heart because it is so beautiful. happy new year...genie
tons of doors in that one! great rusty roof and overhang, too!
What a great old barn! I really like the natural wood color.
Hope you had a good holiday, Tricia. That looks like an old VW Rabbit peeking out of the barn.
glad you are back Tricia. Merry 2013!! love the 2nd pic ... is that VW? or what? i wonder? such a great barn. ( :
What a wonderful way to start the new year of Barn Charm! Hope I can participate soon!
Great character to this old barn. I love the weathered wood, the rusty roof, and the car peaking out. I wonder why they put in those 3 new windows.
love it and you even have a chicken in it! great pics!hey, i don't if it's just me but i can't copy the codes to link so i'm just going to use you web address this time :)
You have some amazing barns in your country! I just love that rusty roof!
Very charming! I love the old rustic barns...the weathered wood and rusty roof. Just beautiful.
Love it! You always come up with some beauties
Definitely worth saving these pictures. A charming barn!
Awesome barn Tricia! I should go back and see what barns I haven't posted yet.
Your barn has an interesting style with those doors on the side. I'm glad you located these again. Very good post. It's good to be back on Barn Charm.
"Charming" is truly the most appropriate word for those barn photographs. I am contributing for the first time, after visiting a barn on Salt Spring Island, B.C. at the end of December and after being inspired by TexWisGirl's posts. I don't have all that much opportunity to visit barns in Vancouver, so my participation will probably be fairly infrequent, but I'll be sure to stop by to see the photos you and others have taken.
Wonder if it's still there....
Definitely a charmer! I am hoping to get back in the swing of things before too long! Nice to visit today!
This old jewel has seen a lot of years of service and is still contributing! Interesting that there are so many doors along the side. Wonder if the opposite side also has doors. And what could be better than a pen full of chickens!
That's a fantastic big ol' barn! I love the roof! You find some real beauties!
I amartial to the barns with metal roofs and wear and tear....like with people, it reveals character!...:) JP
What a beauty!So glad to be back participating in Barn Charm - thanks for hosting.(I couldn't get the badge to copy and paste this week....)Thanks!
Awesome barn, from every angle!
I love the basketball hoop!
That is one beautiful old barn!
Cool archived photos! I linked up my post with the snowy barn photo :) Have a great day, Tricia!
Oh, I love this barn. Lots of character and warm color. And the setting is pretty. Thanks for continuing to host Barn Charm, Tricia. It's a great blog party.
I'm way late this week -- but it gives me a chance to look at all the cool barns! Hope you had a nice holiday Tricia. :)
Especially appreciate the lovely shape of the roof for this old beauty. And I'm trying to figure out if that is a rock wall hidden in the undergrowth?And for sure, thank goodness for archives. Next week I'm going to need to dip into travel photos. Glad we're back in the swing though.I've been back over the break checking on the tragedy of your young friend who lost his life in the hunting accident. My heart has been sore for his young family.
This is a terrific barn! I'm trying to figure out how they are using it. It almost looks like they are fixing it up to live in or at least have some sort of workshop/artist's retreat in it. It would be a fantastic place for something like that!
Beautiful! So happy that Missouri has a never ending supply of gorgeous barns!!
Always love your editing! Wish you'd give us a course in it! You also find the best barns up your way!
Oh, would I like to investigate this one!What a beauty, Tricia.
Wow - so very beautiful!
Glad you kept the pic because it's a beauty with the weathered grey wood and tri colored rusty tin roof. I do like also how all of the windows are gone except the three shiny ones in front.Betsy
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