Monday, May 27, 2013

May 27 - Barn Charm

 
This week's barn comes from a 'field trip' I took
last week to a very interesting Missouri park.
It's called Missouri Town 1855.
It's in Jackson County near Lee's Summit.
 
 
It is a town that was recreated from old buildings to
show what life was like in a village in the mid-1800's.
 
They also have animals in the park such as these
sheep.  It was neat to see the little lambs.

 
There are many buildings such as this one as well as
other barns.  I will show you more in another post.
I really loved the chickens!
I'm linking to Barn Charm.  Be sure to visit to
see more interesting barns!
 
For those of you who are wondering,
I am still putting the border on the afghan I am
crocheting.  I will have it done to post a picture
of it tomorrow:)

 
"Your reward shall be great" - Luke 6:35
 
Have a wonderful day!
Twyla
 

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16 comments:

Bruce Clark said...

That is a great looking barn! Nice capture.

Tricia Hays said...

How neat, I'd love to check that out. Love the barn, esp the stone foundation. It looks so nice, the roof, windows & cupola! Looks like a nice house, too... but nobody lives there? It's just for show? I'll take it! LoL! =)

Nell at njschout said...

I love visiting restored buildings and old towns. Looks like a great place to visit!

Carmen said...

In some ways, I'd like to experience life in those times... wonderful pictures that put me there. Thanks! :-)

Melinda said...

Didn't you just love this place!
When I was growing up we went their a lot.
Check out their activity calendar
closer to the holidays, it's great
to visit then.

:)

Patti said...

How pretty your pictures are. There are not many older buildings here where I live, but, I have always loved to look at them. My parent's home is over 140 years old, and they have an old red barn. I love it.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

That is really a pretty barn. I love the stone foundation. Nice find.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Beautiful barn and photos, Twyla! I hadn't heard of the park. Looks like a wonderful place to visit!

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Fun! I've been so home sick for the country in the last couple days. I need to get a grip! ♥

Attic Clutter said...

love old barns..and sheep (:)

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

i love how the 1st shot looks so dreamy. great views. ( :

Pamela Gordon said...

That is a beautiful barn. I love the stone foundation. I also enjoy going to historical villages to see how life was in the 'old' days. The house here is beautiful as well. Love the sheep! Pamela

Colleen said...

Such wonderful pictures.
thanks 4 sharing

Cranberry Morning said...

Love that barn photo, and especially the one with the sheep. :-)

vintage grey said...

Such a neat barn and love the house, too!! xo Heather

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Very nice! I missed Barn Charm this week, but love checking in to see all the beautiful barn photos.