Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Barn Charm

This week's barn was built in 1902.
I know this because it is written on the barn!
It's part of Lost Hills farm.  A beautiful old
farm that has now been turned into a park.
There are nice walking trails there now
where we go walk sometimes.
I am always fascinated by the barn
and hope that now that it is a park, they will
preserve the barn and do some renovations
on it.
Please visit Tricia and the other beautiful
Have a wonderful day!

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Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I hope they'll preserve it too. I would love to have a barn in a park. Most of the barn photos I take are from the road so that I'm not trespassing on someone's property. How fun to be able to walk around it. This is a great shot!

Theresa said...

I love this one:) Have a blessed week dear friend, HUGS!

Simply Shelley said...

Love it...barns and old houses have always been mesmerizing to me....hope you are having a nice spring and enjoying your outings friend....blessings

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Love this old barn. So nice that it is in a park and you can get up close and personal to it. I do hope they preserve it.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

interesting where the barn is worn - i really enjoy the stick out part (hang over part?). so cool. ( :

Nell at njschout said...

Oh, wow, it definitely needs some loving care! Great that it is in a park.

Mari said...

We have a few farms here that have been turned into parks with walking trails. It saves the barns which I love, and they seem to take good care of them
This is a nice barn and looks quite good for it's age!

Sally in WA said...

I hope they preserve it too. Would be a shame to lose this beauty.

Attic Clutter said...

hope hope (:)
love te old barn(:)

Cheryl @ TFD said...

This red barn is a beauty, Twyla! I sure do hope that it is preserved, too.
Enjoy the rest of the week, it's supposed to get warmer. Yay!

Jori said...

The is absolutely gorgeous! The silo makes it even more charming!