31 thoughts on “Solid Barn

  1. It looks like some one might consider renovating this, perhaps making it a home. I wouldn’t mind doing that though I am a city girl and would likely go crazy out there in the field. Hey, that looks like a new roof too. Beautiful photo, Mike.

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  2. The wood is gorgeous. Around here, some of the oldest barns — from the 1700s — are in the best shape. People have taken care of them and it shows … while some much newer ones are dilapidated and look about ready to fall down.

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    • The wood is gorgeous and When I rode by and saw that light I made a quick u-turn. We don’t have things here from the 1700s except for dwellings like Mesa Verde.
      I would care for my own barn as I do my house. I’d love to have a few goats.

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  3. It sure is a nice one. All seems quite straight and true. I wonder if they built a new barn with reclaimed wood? Even the singles are new and the foundation is too good for an older barn. I do like how the siding is horizontal -vs- vertical. If it is an oldie but goodie, kudos to the owners for the diligent upkeep, there are enough of them around.

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  4. Hey, I might know my way around a barn or two…LOL. None as nice as this one though. Looks like they drive into the big door, so probably not a residence but you’re right! I’d live there too. Imagine all that room to hang out!

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