Tag Archives: Barn
Is this my perfect door or what – a barn, two sliding doors, and two barn quilts. Life is good this Thursday because my friend, Sue, was vacationing in northern New York and grabbed this shot as she went down … Continue reading
Yesterday, I went north with a friend to Warner, NH. We were picking up native plants for a Master Gardener project. Warner is a small town with a population around 3,000 and a charming one-block downtown area. We traveled back roads … Continue reading
Well, half a door. I LOVE this door, but I couldn’t trespass up a private mountain road to get any closer. I don’t know who thought to put red on the door with white trim to accent the gray weathered … Continue reading
As we head into Labor Day weekend even I have to admit summer is over. The night-time temperatures have dropped into the 40’s. Can you hear that noise? It’s me whining. 🙂 The gardens are still looking good, and I’m … Continue reading
Even with one shutter missing, isn’t this one beauty of a historic New England home with its bright red door and attached breezeway and barn? I love this barn with the small windows and planters on the doors. We visited … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
A few weeks ago on a Thursday Doors post, Denise at Fernwood Nursery suggested I read “Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn.” So, I checked it out from my local library. It tells the history of the attached houses in old … Continue reading
Linked to The Barn Collective #21, Rose Street Reflections.
On a farm, big or small, there is one nighttime constant – the barn light. 🙂 ———— For other interpretations of the WP Weekly Photo Challenge – Nighttime.