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An awesome barn, Rita! Love the little windows. :)
that's a neat roof pitch and high-wall design!
What a great find! It's an unusual style!
It has one of those crumbling stone foundations.You have to admire running that gutter all the way across the front. :)Nice find Rita!
Rita, I LOVE shooting barns! I just haven't got out and done enough of it lately. That picture make me want to go and do it now...except it's dark and almost 9:30PM :) Thank you for stopping by recently.
Lots of cute little windows make this barn special and different. We have none in ours. Guess the builders wanted fresh air. Nice find this week. genie
Great barn! I wonder what kinds of farm use it had.
I noticed the gutter too! Interesting shape...and lots of windows! This isn't too far from our route when we head home to Hillsboro!
oh this is a great one!
Another beautiful weathered barn!
What a great barn find! Thank you for joining =)I want to thank you for the comment you left, too. I appreciate everyone's enthusiasm in Barn Charm... don't worry about adding a barn find if you don't have one, join when you can & visit often! Thank you! =)
the barn looks 'much loved and much used' but did you notice...it has a brand new tin roof. Oh Well.
Looks a little like a Kentucky tobacco barn. Wonder what it was used for?
This was a great find. Love the little windows.
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