Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Twyla on Tuesday - Barn Charm


Hi girls!
Today I'm joining Barn Charm!
If you love the quaint charm of an old
barn then be sure to visit Tricia's blog
for more barns from around the country.


This barn is on an old farm in Cooper County, Missouri. 
It was used as a bull barn.  The family was famous 
for raising Shorthorn cattle as far back as the 1830's.

I love driving the backroads through Missouri and I
love it when I come across sights like this! 

Thanks for joining me today for a trip through the
country!

Have a beautiful day!
Love, Twyla

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19 comments:

Rose said...

Oh, it is a beauty, and unique, too.

Leave It To Davis said...

That is pretty enough to be a house! I love it!!!

Jori said...

It's gorgeous! I live in Springfield! Isn't Missouri the best??

Amy Burzese said...

Looks like that barn has been worked on a bit. Beautiful shot. Great find!

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Very cool bull barn!!! I could see it as an awesome craft studio or antique shop!
When is Twyla on Tuesday coming back!! I miss you!
Warmly,
deb

Marlo RepurposeMyLife said...

that's a crazy and beautiful barn! Nice find!

Heidi Ann said...

Hi Twyla! That certainly is a beautiful old barn!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Great to see you Twyla! Love this beautiful barn! I haven't seen this one and I don't live too far away. There are so many barns and so little time.

Nell at njschout said...

The barn looks nice enough to be a house. Wow! Great find. : )

vintage grey said...

Oh, I love this sweet barn! Thanks for sharing! xo Heather

Elizabeth Andrus said...

Hello Twyla, What a lovely post on such a beautiful barn. I have to share with you that my son drove to your state to scuba dive in caves that can be found there. Very interesting! Hope your New Year's days are filled with joy! Elizabeth

Elaine said...

What an interesting barn and a lovely photo!

Theresa said...

Love barns:) Have a blessed day dear friends, HUGS!

Tricia Hays said...

What a beautiful barn! The turrets (is that what they're called when they're that short?) are so cool & the windows! An incredible place... I'd love a tour. Silo, too.

Thanks so much for joining =)

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

what a cool place. that's awesome. ( :

marie said...

This is a beautiful photo! I'd love to come across a site like this while driving around.

Sadly, by me these wonderful scenes are rapidly being replaced with housing developments. :(

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What a beautiful barn...so much style! I love old barns and need to get out and photograph some more!

K @ Aurora Blythe said...

What an amazing structure! How fun to happen upon such a beauty :-)

Anne Payne said...

Spectacular colors with that amazing blue sky!