wow, the poor barn is falling aside. such character. ok, i'm going to try again to see if i can leave a comment. i'm actually typing this time so maybe it will work. hope you are well this week Linda. big hugs. take care. Beth (:
Thanks Beth......Yea it worked!
poor little leaning barn...hope they will at least reuse some of that great old wood for something new when it does finally collapse!
Hi Tanya....I was thinking the same thing...I wish I had the old lumber from it...I could use it for a new project I am about to start on.
oh, wow! 'hang on, sloopy!' :)
This would have been a great title for this post! lol
I love Theresa's comment above. "Hang on Sloopy" is a perfect caption for this barn!! Great shot!
Thanks....I do too!
Oh, boy! Any day now . . .
Hi Sonya, All it will take is a strong gust of wind!
Hanging on by a thread. I hope someone does rescue the wood.
Hi Grandma Barb...I would love to be the one to rescue it!
Looks like you could have pushed it down with one hand tied behind your back....I noticed you are from southwest Tn...I grew up in northeast Tn...still call it home even though I have lived longer in Indiana.
Hi Rose...it looks like you could huff & puff and blow it down! I love TN...I have lived here all my life.
Wow - it's surprising that it's still standing!
Me to Mari...thanks for stopping by!
Linda, nice shot! Its amzing how sometimes these old barns stay up. I drove by an old farm just the other day with an entire house that looked almost like that, did i get out my camera, of course not! oh well next time.
Thanks for stopping by Michael....I know the feeling...been there done that!
Oh my goodness, that poor, poor ol barn... good thing you grabbed a shot before it collapses completelyThanks a bunch for joining in on the Barn Charm fun! =)
Hi Tricia...thanks for stopping by....this photo was taken a while back and I will be going by there this coming weekend so I will see if it is still standing.
Oh dear. That's a shame. I'm glad you found it and got the photo.
Hi Amy, I really think there is an old truck or tractor inside...oh how I wish I knew!
So sad...I'm seeing too many old barns that look like this. I'm with Grandma Barb - I hope someone salvages that awesome wood!
CrankyPuppy...love the name...thanks for stopping by. I agree, I hope someone does too.