Monday, May 6, 2013

May 6, Barn Charm

 
Hello friends!
Last summer I had the pleasure of driving
through the Femme Osage valley in St. Charles
County, Missouri.  I was smitten!
 
This barn was such a pretty sight and,
of course, I loved the barn quilt!
 
I look forward to visiting there again.
The area is rich in history.  It's easy to
see why Daniel Boone decided to build a
homestead in this peaceful land.
 
For other charming barns visit Tricia!
 
 
"Ask, and ye shall receive" - John 16-24
 
Have a wonderful day!
Twyla
 
 

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12 comments:

Rose said...

What a nice view! Nice quilt barn!

Nell at njschout said...

A lovely barn in a lovely setting!

Tanya Breese said...

very pretty!

Pamela Gordon said...

A beautiful sight! I love the pinwheel quilt design on this nice red barn. Pretty!

Theresa said...

Love the red barn:) Have a blessed day, HUGS!

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Pretty! Oh I am really missing the privacy of the farm but the Lord knows what I need!
(Hopefully I need a privacy fence!)

Mari said...

That is such a cute little barn - love the quilt!

Pix Under the Oaks said...

Hey! From one Show Me gal to another! That is a very sweet red barn with a charming quilt block sitting pretty in all that GREEN!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I love red barns and quilt barns! This one is a beauty.

Genie Robinson said...

Oh, my goodness. Two quilt barns right together in Barn Charm. What a delight. If I cannot find one myself, I will just have to enjoy pictures like this. genie

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

always enjoy a quilt barn. so fun!! love the blue skies. ( :

Carole said...

Gorgeous barn!

We have a connection to Daniel Boone here in Oregon. In 1846 his grandson Alphonso, brought his family to Oregon by way of the Applegate Trail. Alphonso's son Jesse began operation of a cable ferry across the Willamette (pronounced Will-am-it) river about a year later. The ferry was in operation until 1954. The road that runs near the ferry site is still known as Boones Ferry Rd.