What a great picture! I love old barns
"I am haunted by waters." ~ Norman Maclean
Tony, I'm tell'n ya again, LEAVE, your day job! Great picture!!
I love that picture too
I have some pretty old barns like that around my house but you couldn't take a picture without a gas well being in the background! Thanks to Tony for finding this one and sharing.
Great Job TJ I'm tellin Ya You got the eye!
Love the pic.Was trying to figure out if that was the new animal shelter for WiseCo the commissioners are spending a million for. Then figured out it was a barn.Great pic Tony.....glad you beat Duty to it....oh wait.........no bodies....never mind.
I enjoy old structers that are part of our history. When I see a small 600 square foot house close to falling down I think of the couples who raised six kids in them. And they had no air conditioning. These folks worked so hard, without machines to do the labor, that they were not obese. They did not complain. Now, tell me how bad the economy is and how the government needs to do something about it. Be kind and thank your country and your creator for your food and your shelter. If your are warm in the winter, not hungry, and have clothes to cover you, then don't complain. This is what these old, falling down structures tell me. Thanks for reminding me Tony.
I played Banjo there once.
My grandmother's farm had an old barn on it that looked a lot like this one. During one visit, my Dad and I carefully tore it down, one piece at a time. The barn had been built in 1915, we found the date on a cornerstone. The wood was extremely weathered and had a stone-gray color. We saved all the boards that were in decent shape and we split them up among his many brothers and sisters. One brother used the boards as paneling for his den. One of the sisters had picture frames made up. They each ended up with their own piece of the farm, so to speak.I had some great times there.Double Fake Fowler Gold Bug
Doesn't look like anything a quick trip to Lowes wouldn't fix.
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