Wednesday, October 24, 2012

READY FOR WINTER

I love old barns!!  Why?  I'm not sure.  But, this one just yelled to have his picture taken.


On closer look, I found that he was stocked full of corn



and hay......


all ready for those cold winter days ahead.

15 comments:

  1. I love old barns too! Something about the way they smell I think. My Grandparents were tobacco farmers....maybe that's way. Thanks for sharing!

    Jane
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    1. Thank you, Jane, for coming by. 8-)

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  2. I love old barns too--thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you, Sandy, for always stopping in. GOOD TO SEE YOU.

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  3. Looks so cozy, I have never seen corn in a barn that way...to funny!

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    1. But, I'll bet you've heard of a corn crib?? That's a corn crib all packed full for the winter.
      Thanks for stopping in, Adriane.

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  4. I don't know why but I love them too! Something about a simpler time... :)

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  5. Hi Candy. Love old barns as well. Looks like it's stocked for the winter to come! I am now following and look forward to visiting again soon! xo Pam

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    1. Thanks Pam........
      Im now following you back. Love your blog.

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  6. I love the barn photo chocked full of corn wow... so many times I am driving around .. Dang forgot my camera again.. My favorite is to see hay rolls in the field... just looks so great to me? I do not know why? Hugs, Cindy

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    1. I know, Cindy. I love to see the rolled hay in the field. And, here in Lawrence County, Tennessee, you can still see corn shocked the old time way in our Amish community. Great fall photo opts.

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  7. I love barns, too. I have fond memories of visiting friends in Michigan, when I was a kid. While visiting all the adults slept in the house in the bedrooms and all the kids got a quilt and a pillow and headed to the barn. We made our beds of straw and slept like babies. We woke to the crow of the rooster and the beauty of the suns rays coming through the cracks in the barn walls. It was heaven . . . and such a cool treat for a kid that was raised, not in the city . . .but still a long ways from the farm.

    Have a lovely and joyful day,
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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