I’m a sucker for barn doors of any type so when I attended the Blueberry Pruning workshop at Tuckaway Farm I had to take a shot of these doors.
I love doors with character and history. They cause me to wonder – who built them, what year, how many times have them been opened and closed, what’s inside?
I once dreamed of converting a barn into living space until my heart caught up with my wallet. Then I moved on to wanting a set of barn doors inside, but that never worked out either. So, I’m just a big barn door fan.
Tuckaway Farm is home to four generations of the Cox family, covers 250 acres, has a bio diesel facility, grows huge vegetable and fruit crops, and is home to the Wentworth Hunt Club.
It’t not your average farm so it shouldn’t have average barn doors. 🙂
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, March 31, 2016.