Monday, May 20, 2013

May 20

 
In my hometown, the founder's homestead has
been recreated.  It's called the Gray/Campbell
Farmstead.  They have moved the buildings to
a nearby park.  This is the barn.
 

This is a log cabin on the site.  It's a lovely place
to visit.  I had the pleasure of visiting Sunday afternoon.
 

 
"I will help thee" - Isaiah 41:10
 
Prayers for our neighbors in Oklahoma.
My heart is breaking for you.

For other charming barns, visit Tricia!
Twyla
 

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18 comments:

Mari said...

Looks like a place I would love to visit! Nice barn - I like the way the gray wood is almost shining in the sunshine.

Gita said...

Looks like a nice place to visit. Horrible what happened in Oklahoma.

Terri said...

Nice place- and a pretty barn.

Betsy said...

Very nice pictures and especially that little log cabin
betsy

Stacey said...

Beautiful little spot of history. :)

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I like that they were moved to a park. What a great way to enjoy a little history!

Judy said...

It looks like a wonderful place to visit. I love the shape of the barn.

Elaine said...

Wonderful that they've saved the barn and cabin and moved them to a spot where they can be appreciated!

Bev said...

Perfect little cabin...soo soo cute!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

It's truly amazing to me that some homes can survive storms for a hundred or more years, yet tonight we see the devastation in Oklahoma...all the lives cut short and homes obliterated in the blink of an eye. Thank you for your scripture and sentiment. Prayers for all of Oklahoma as they mourn their losses.
xo
Donna

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I love the weathered wood! Yes, the news from Oklahoma is just horrible. I have been praying.

Tanya Breese said...

this is in springfield right? we used to live in willard! i've been here!

yes, my heart breaks for those families :(

Beedeebabee said...

What a charming little old barn!...Yes, prayers to all those out in Oklahoma. xo

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

What a sturdy, charming barn. And the cabin is fantastic, too.

Colleen said...

think of the history behind the barn and cabin.
Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone effected by the tornadoes.
Right now we're having severe thunderstorms, tornado warnings in some areas along with watches in other areas with very strong wind; up to 70mph along with hail.
Due to the bad weather right now, some schools where let out early just for safety caution.
Right now I'm getting very heavy rain fall
Everyone, do be safe in you are in the line of any storms coming your way.
CololeenB.
Texas

Elyse said...

beautiful images

xo
elyse

Carole said...

Great barn. Similar in look to a historic barn that sits in a national park in my area. Thanks for sharing. Neat log cabin too.

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Tricia Hays said...

Looks like a beautiful barn, love the spring look =)