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Thursday, October 24, 2013

eggs at the red barn





This barn is in Chilliwack, BC.  We were there in July to visit my sister and brother-in-law for their son's wedding.   On our first day there we went for a long walk in the hot sun and passed this old red barn.  I took a lot of photos while there and haven't posted all of them yet.   I love barns and there were a lot in that area.  Perhaps a couple of my blogging friends in that area will recognize this barn.  








This sign was hanging on the fence alongside the road.
I love it!

I caught this rooster running around the back of the barn.


It's definitely not a hot day here today.  It's only 8C, partly cloudy and the wind is blowing.  Brrrr.

I hope you're having a great day.

I'm linking with Friday's Fences.  Thanks for hosting, Jan 'n Jer!

Blessings,

Pamela


47 comments:

  1. I love old barns too, Pamela. They are so charming in their own way. I get that from my father because he always appreciated old barns. I used to love going into my grandfather's barn when Grampy milked the cows. Such lovely memories I have of being on the farm.
    I've been getting caught up on your posts and especially enjoyed the "doors" post. Have a wonderful weekend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  2. I'd say that rooster is camera shy!! Great photos!

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  3. Your old barns are more attractive than the old sheds we have.
    Merle..........

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  4. I love that sign too!!!
    And the Rooster scooting away.....precious!!
    Enjoy your evening....♥
    VERY windy here as well...hope that isn't a sign of what's to some.....

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  5. Pamela
    Now that's a real barn!
    It looks as if it's been added on to over the years,
    with all it's layers of siding.
    It was 38F here today and the sun finally came out.

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  6. The first think I thought of when I saw this barn was that it has a face. It must be because it has so much personality. there is someone else in blogland that says she see faces in barns too but I can't remember who it is.
    I love the weathered wood, the sign on the fence and the rooster scooting around the corner.
    It's a tad warmer here today. At least the sun is out.

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  7. Brrrrrrrrrr sounds very cold, although we had frost this morning. The barns look lovely. xx

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  8. run rooster, run!! ( :
    love the egg sign - very rural.

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  9. I find these barns all have such expressive faces. Today it is just as sunny as it is in the picture!

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  10. I love barns, especially the ones like this one, with the naturally distressed look. Cute rooster!
    Chilliwack is a beautiful area, isn't it. My little sis lived there for many years.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  11. I like barns to ! Wonderful photos ! It is cold here today to looks like we may get a rain snow mix tonight ! Have a good day !

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  12. Gorgeous old barn. It's one we might have passed on our travels in Chilliwack to visit family there. Do you know the street name? Love the mountain in the background.

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  13. Lots of character in that old, faded barn. Glad that you took lots of pictures! Love that one of the rooster bootin' it.

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  14. nice big ol' barn! i like that eggs sign tied on by the baling twine. :)

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  15. Love old barns especially with some chickens hanging out.. smile.. xo

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  16. Another old barn with rustic charm. There is an article in our local paper about a rooster hanging around one of construction sites for new homes. No one has claimed it and the workers feed it every day.
    Judith

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  17. I'm loving these BC barns Pamela, the sign and the running rooster are fun too!

    Yes, chilling off a bit here at night now too..............today was sunny but cooler, boots and a coat for my grocery store trip!

    Crazy days getting ready to do the flooring - have so much stuff to pack up and move out of the way! I think I will come back with new floors and be a minimalist!!!!

    Hugs - Mary

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  18. Great barn . . . I love the weathered red in this barn.

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  19. Hi lovely lady.
    I love the photos of the old Barns sweet.
    xxoo
    Diane

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  20. You have make beautiful photos of the old barn !
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  21. Lovely barn, and we love visiting Chilliwack - if for no other reason that to say the name over and over. We live about 50 miles south, in Washington and have been to Chilliwack three times - Chilliwack, Chilliwack, Chilliwack. Some friends live near Chilliwack - I think I've set a record for the name Chilliwack said the most times in a short comment - I love Chilliwack. Glad you had a good time - come back - to Chilliwack - ok I'm done being silly.

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  22. I love old barns, too. Something about them that just draws me to them and I want to take a picture!!!!! I have posted some...they just seem to catch my eye.

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  23. I love barns also...these are awesome shots!

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  24. Now, this is "MY" kind of barn! Love it, and your photos.

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  25. Glad you shared this interesting barn and fence scene. Very pretty area.

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  26. Wonderful series of images, love this barn!

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  27. A perfect rural setting...love the eggs sign too. Here in ON the sun is shining, but it disguises the cold, cold temperature! Diane

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  28. The rooster turning the corner brought your barn to life for all of us. Such a nice one. Love the EGGS sign and the little white windows.

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  29. Beautiful captures of so many aspects of this big old barn. I like the sign too.

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  30. What a great barn and full of life and feathers! I bet the eggs there are delicious xx

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  31. Great barn shots. It's so photogenic!

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  32. Great rustic barn! Oh, I'd love to have an hour to photograph that one!

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  33. Love the red and white graininess of the chipped wood, makes it seem like the barn, itself, has worked hard for many years, tired, but proud.

    Lovely pictures, Pamela.

    Hope you have a happy Saturday!

    Poppy

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  34. What a fantastic barn! This is a real beauty! The mountains in the background are nice, too!

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  35. Great barn photos, Pamela! And I thought we lived a long way from our daughter in Texas! They're 20 hours from us. What a long way to your sister's place! It's tough to have so many miles between.

    Thank you for stopping in at Cranberry Morning. So nice to have met you. I'm following you now via GFC and Feedly.

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  36. You had my interest after "red barn". You know how I love a good barn and this is a great subject! Good photos!

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    1. Love this old barn scene--and my favorite was the rooster running behind the barn--great catch!

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  37. Beautiful barn, nope haven't seen that one, will need to look for it the next time I'm down there. You are warmer then us...

    Jen

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  38. I called hubby over to see if he recognized the barn...and yes, he does. Great barn pic's. I think Chilliwack has been enjoying lovely weather this past week...while we are experiencing somewhat chillier days on our travels.

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  39. That is a very impressive barn. It is interesting seeing architecture from other countries, we don't have them like this (or not that I have seen). I like the camera shy rooster.

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  40. Very wonderful old barn. I have photographed quite a few while on recent journey. BTW I met to mention, that here in KY, many of those American Robins stay all Winter, and it can be rough for them too~

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  41. I'm with you I like barns, old trucks, churches and wind mills. I really like the picture right above the egg sign.
    Nice pictures

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