Monday, July 9, 2012

Barn Charm





 Equipment cover.



I pass this place everytime I go into town.
I'm most interested in that tiny little "barn"
off to the left.

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32 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i zeroed in on that tiny one, too. and, of course, the rusty roof! :)

Beth said...

oh, so glad you linked up. what a great farm indeed. i love the 1st barn ... that roof is too cool! (:

Jenny Woolf said...

It looks like a little barn out of a Disney film, doesn't it! or at any rate, i think so.

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Great barns, Jill. That definitely looks like a charming place to pass on your way to town!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Hi Jill,
I am another Minnesotan who just linked up a Minnesota barn. I like your rusted roof barn, the fences and the little barn. I also like the crooked little house in your previous post.
I am your newest follower.
Barb

Gloria Hood said...

For sure I will be checking out barns now on my drive up north next month!! Love the little one!

Maple Lane said...

I love the little one and the rusted roof. I just can't find many barns around here but I enjoy everyone else's!

Nancy Claeys said...

A nice setting with the large trees.

Rohrerbot said...

I felt like I walked into TexWisGirl's world:) Love the little barn to the left....I bet they sell cheese there:)

Terri Buster said...

I like that little one too- and the big one's roof has just enough rust!

Beth said...

I am loving all of the pics of barns. Makes me sad that I left my little town which had a cornfield at the end of the street I lived on.

Rose said...

I wonder about that barn, too! It is very appealing.

The Jones Family said...

Farms and old barns are very charming and interesting. We don't have many around here in Arizona, though. I miss the midwest for that. Hope your week is going well.

Chatty Crone said...

I like that same little one you like on the left there. Wonder what it holds? sandie

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Really pretty!

Elaine said...

Quaint little barn sitting next to all those very practical barns. I'll bet it was the first one built.

Buttons said...

I noticed the tiny one first too. B

42N said...

Interesting collection of barn and out buildings. That saddle shaped one is quite unique. Keep up the good work.

heyBJK said...

Love the rust on the roof and the silo! Nice shots!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Love the rusty roofed building and the little barn!

Fiona said...

Hi Jill,

the tiny barn is lovely.

I love the photos.
They are great.

Hope the temps have cooled down for you my friend.

x Fiona

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

I like the one on the left as well. It seems so peaceful out there.
ANA

EM Illustrator said...

Beautiful barns Jill :)
Have a lovely day

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That tiny one is cute - and unusual!

Tanya said...

oh that is a cute little one!

Lynne said...

I like it when Barn Charm is Charming . . .

I vote for the little barn off to the left . . . I like the mixture of the three shapes in that photo . . .

Julie Marie said...

I LOVE barns too Jill, and those look so fabulous in your photos!... we walk past my favorite one every day and I always stop to look... xoxo Julie Marie

Tricia Hays said...

Looks like a beautiful farm, but that little barn is most intriguing, isn't it!

Thank you so much for joining =)

Amy Burzese said...

That's a great place. I like that little ?feeding station?. Not sure what it is.

Lottie said...

What beautiful photos! I can almost hear the cows mooing. The roof on the equipment cover building is truly a work of art. Love the design! You have a real eye for beauty all around you!

EG CameraGirl said...

It looks like the farm is starting to be overgrown so I wonder if the barns are still being used.

Debbie said...

what a beauitful spread. i think you could have gotten closer!! hehe