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Monday, June 3, 2013

Barn Charm






While at the campground viewing the Tall Ships come up the Miramichi River last Friday I noticed this lovely barn on the lane into the campground.  So, on the way out I got some photos of it.


I can't resist a nice looking barn.  Just look at those wagon wheels and the rusty, old plough thing and the horse!



Who can resist that??


I'm linking with Tricia at
You should see the barn she found for this week's post!

Have a lovely day!

Blessings,

Pamela

28 comments:

  1. Oh, I love that barn, Pam.. I have always loved them for some reason..
    That one is awesome.. xo

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  2. This barn is amazing!!! I love the wood and its texture and a red roof. Absolutely gorgeous barn and very charming!!!!

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  3. It was a great blog fodder day! That is a handsome barn and so is the plow "thing." =D

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  4. I really like this barn, Pamela. I think I like the wood shingle siding the best. It's an old one, isn't it. That's probably why I like it so much. I must say the new Morton barns are pretty sharp these days, too.

    Have a great week full of some interesting things....
    Susannah

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  5. I love it! The barn is so charming and when you add all the implements and wheels, you can't get much better.

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  6. I don't think I have ever seen one with the shake siding in real life...and I love this. The rusty thing under the end window is a hay rake...the other I am not sure about. Thinking it might be the mowing machine, but not sure at all.

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  7. I love the wood shingles on this barn. It's very charming!

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  8. I love old barns, too, Pamela. This one has a lot of charm and i see it is still in use. I see one when we drive on an nearby interstate, that I'd love to photograph, but we go by too quickly for me to get a good shot of it and there is no where to turn off to stop. Someday I hope to finally capture it!

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  9. I love the various tools, wheels etc. leaning against the outside walls. Sure gives that barn a lot of character.

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  10. Wonderful barn!! I like the whole scene. Are the boards leaning against the barn or are they propping up the barn?

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  11. a shingled barn, how neat! what a beautiful scene!

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  12. i agree - really enjoy the shingles. so neat. what a keeper. ( :

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  13. The barn has tons of charm especially with all those farm implements!

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  14. She is definitely a beautiful old gal. I couldn't have resisted her either!

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  15. I wouldn't be able to resist it either! Lovely.

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  16. Love the grey of the aged shingles... Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Love looking at old barns...
    Thanks for sharing!

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  18. That is a beautiful barn! And terrific pics of it.

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  19. A beautiful old barn! That would make a great set of framed photos.

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  20. Beautiful barn! I like the siding! It looks like it would have been a lot of work.

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  21. That is a lovely barn. Those shingles are a work of art. Beautiful image.

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  22. You must have so much fun finding charming, old barns!

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  23. I just love shakes on any building!
    It's a beautiful barn and so huge.

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  24. That is a great barn! We don't have to many barns around here. :) Especially made of all shingles... COOL! Nice pictures! :)

    ~Liz

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  25. Another great barn photo Pamela...the fences and wildflowers surrounding the barn are
    what really make the setting so beautiful. Thanks for commenting on my blog...what a
    job and a half trying to fix that mess. My poor hubby...doing this all by hand with a
    broken shoulder that never healed right and two arms full of titanium from an accident
    and three back surgeries. He's such a trooper...he never gives up...he's like that wind up bunny....he just keeps going and going and going...he amazes me. His surgeon said he'd never mow another lawn again....that was 15 years ago...I hate to tell you how many lawns he's mowed since then...he should be their poster miracle guy. Well...off to the back yard to finish before the rains come tomorrow...supposed to get 2-3 inches in the next day or so. Enjoying this pristine weather that we've had the past couple of days.

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  26. Hi Pamela, I have seen your comments over at Linda's blog Lavender Cottage and finally had to come over to say Hi and visit your blog! Seems we have a lot of similar interests... do I dare tell you I live in an old converted barn down here in New Hampshire?! Love your photographs and look forward to visiting often... I've just become you newest follower :D
    Hugs and enjoy the rest of your week.
    Beth P
    Harrisville, NH USA

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  27. Another wonderful blog post! I enjoyed it and the previous one on the tall ships! What a wonderful outing for you! Looks beautiful.

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  28. Fantastic of barn find, but i'm not sure they should allow the horse to be so close w/ boards holding up the side... yikes! =0

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