One of the roads hubby and I drive on when we just need to get out and drive has this old barn on it. I am not sure what it is about it, but it appeals to my old-time senses. I just can imagine all the crops, animals, people, and season it has seen. What stories it must hold 🙂 It just gives me hope that somewhere there is a farm out there for hubby and I and maybe one day we will be looking at our own barn and thinking of all the memories it holds 🙂

18 Comments on “Winter Barn…

  1. Oh, I do love an old barn. We have one, and I am transported every time I walk into it to do chores. My grandparents had a barn and now we have a barn – it is a wonderful thing and the memories enrich your soul.

  2. I love old barns too. It really makes me happy when I see and old barn that has fallen into disrepair getting repairs so it will last another 50 or 100 years.

  3. We used to drive around the midwest countryside, and when we would see an old barn or building, the family joke was, “There’s a shop for Grandpa,” who was looking for a place to put his cutter grinder equipment. I know you will get your own barn someday. BTW, I nominated you for a Blog of the Year 2012 award. Congratulations! Thanks for being one of my first blogging friends. Enjoy the holidays. 🙂

  4. Love the post and the photo. I was attracted by the title, because there is a children’s book by that same name, WINTER BARN. I read it to my son many, many times when he was small. Thanks for a lovely memory, and I hope some day you get your own “winter barn!”

  5. Oh, my goodness I love this….I really do love old barns and pictures of them. This is a fabulous picture. Hugs

    • Thank you so glad it made you happy 🙂 Old barns make me happy too… I just can’t help myself it is a part of history 🙂

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