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Monday, July 21, 2014

Poor Old Little Barn


I saw this little pitiful barn from the street and thought about
RUBBISH TUESDAY.

I drove a little closer...

I always wonder WHY these cute little things get left behind.
Do the people just pack up and leave and never wonder how long this building will stand..??


Just look at the dry olden wood...
the magnificent rust...

It makes for a GREAT PHOTO, I think.






Linking with RUBBISH TUESDAY

31 comments:

  1. That old barn does make for an interesting picture. I thought of chiggers when I saw that grass, but mystery snakes would be bad too. I was just dying to know what was inside of that old barn though.

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  2. Oooh, I would have liked to have brought a hunk of that home. :0)

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  3. Good catch on that one, bj.

    SO sorry I have been absent, life got a little crazy, but I am back now.

    I have a lot of blog reading to go back and catch up on, but wanted to say hello!

    Hugs.

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  4. It's a great photo for Roan's Rubbish Tuesday. Love the rust! Hope you have a nice week.

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  5. Commented once and dont see it. Anyway, been enjoying the blog but have trouble signing in.

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  6. Abandoned structures always make me wonder about their owners: where they are now, why did they abandon the structure, what did it look like before.

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  7. I think we all wonder what the walls would say if they could talk. Even of old barns and sheds.

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  8. I always wonder why old buildings are abandoned when someone could take care of them and keep them for many years. Look at the old barn boards! What a treasure - almost worth taking a chance on the snakes!
    ~Adrienne~

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  9. I love old buildings, especially with rust, and this one does make a great photo! I'm with you on the snakes. Not a fan! Thanks for linking up!

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  10. Great old buildings. And I'm so glad I don't live in snake territory. :-)

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  11. Every time I see an old falling down barn like this I want so badly to go inside and see if there is any good junk left behind! Lol, I never do because (A) The building might choose that very moment to collapse and (B) I'm always afraid I'll get caught by someone who really resents trespassers. Darn it! I am such a snoop/junk hunter at heart!

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  12. I love it and would like to hear the stories it could tell:) Enjoy your day my friend, HUGS!

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  13. my cousin's neighbor had a barn just like that

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  14. It would be interesting to know its history. You sure have an eye for interesting fences, barns, and rusty old bits. I should stretch my thinking.

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  15. great old place and i would be thinking the same thing about the snakes!

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  16. Great old barn and I bet if it could talk what stories it could tell. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  17. OK...I didn't know there was a Rubbish Tuesday meme in bloggy land. Love the abandoned barn/shack you found.

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  18. love old barns like this. looks like the tree is growing out of the roof.

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  19. Nice find! Perfect for Rubbish Tuesday.

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  20. It does make a great photo!! Thanks for the visit!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  21. I would've taken a photo from the car....and leave the snakes to themselves. Neat images.

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  22. Oh lala... look at the patina! Love it :)
    Have a great day, bj! Winter hugs from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  23. LOL, I was wondering if you were tromping through the grass to get those photos, and then I saw your statement about staying in your car. Good call! Love these old places - so photogenic.

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  24. Old barns = great photos! I love the old rustic barns. Nice find!

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  25. What a great find. I would have had to get out and investigate, though!

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  26. I love seeing old buildings out in the middle of no where and wondering about them! Great photos my friend! Hugs, Diane

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  27. Can you imagine the stories it could tell. Great pics! Thanks for sharing.

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  28. I love old barns, too. And, my husband knows I am going to have to take a picture.

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  29. I love old barns. Reminds me of my Grandparents place

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj