Nothing like photos of old barns. I wish you'd do a book of all the old barns in your corner...has it been done? This one is marvelous!Merry Christmas to you...
Merry Christmas to you and yours, Suzanne. Always enjoy reading your blog and seeing the old midwest area photos. Have a lovely day.DiThe Blue Ridge Gal
Good Morning!!! Merry christmas Eve to you my sweet friend!!
Merry Christmas to you and yours! I wanted to get a peek at our matching houses lol...but I couldn't find a picture of yours. I've never been a super big fan of the colonial style..it's always seemed a bit harsh to me. We're trying to soften ours a bit with landscape...but someday I'm really hoping to add a porch. I miss having a porch. Do you love the colonial style? If you have a post that shows the inside and outside I'd love to see it. If you get a minute drop me a note with a link. I'm always so curious about what others have done with their colonials. Have a wonderful day!
Mornin' from Atlanta,I LOVE snow and old barns. I've lived in Atlanta for 37 years. It has snowed four times. Boo Humbug! I was born and raised in Colorado Springs Colorado. They got 20 inches last week, Boo Humbug.Have a lovely day,Miss Lila in AtlantaPS Can't wait for my apron to get here! I'll take a pic and send you.
I love this barn. Merry Christmas to you and your family (and the puppies of course!)Kat - who echos Vee's comment about a book.
Suzanne, your barn is so beautiful, coming from a girl who was raised on a farm. A wonderful way to grow up. We left the farm when I was 9, but those memories are vivid in my heart.Merry Christmas greetings with blessings and love...Jeanne
This is a fabulous picture!Merry Christmas!
Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas!
Merry Christmas to you Suzanne and the Farmer too!Hugs,Robin
Great photos! Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year.
That is SO beautiful, Suzanne! Hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas. :)xoxo,Mary
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