Big Barn in the Bottoms


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53 comments:

  1. that is a very big barn, maybe the biggest i have ever seen...

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  2. Lots of activity in this barn in the past. Great find, Terri.

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  3. Hij is heel groot,maar zou hij nog gebruikt worden?

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  4. i bet that is sure pretty when there are leaves on all those trees!

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  5. such a shame it's not being saved
    BTW, your link does not work on Roan's site.

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  6. I really like the slope of the roof. It would be unusual to see on e like that here because of all the snow we get.

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  7. It is funny how it looks like bottom ground with those large trees getting all the water that they want. It was an important barn for some farmer back when it was in use.

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    1. It's river bottom land- really rich soil, and a pecan orchard. Neat place to drive through..a little eerie sometimes.

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  8. That is a really big barn! Too bad it's fallen apart.

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  9. I love it, and with a huge amount of TLC and dollars, I could live there so happily, Peaceful, full of memories, maybe a sheep or two, dogs and naturally the cats too for some company. Harvest the pecans, grow veges, and more. I wonder if anyone uses it today. Love the fence as well,

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    1. This is where we buy our pecans- I imagine you could make a small fortune with that, but the season is so short. They run cattle on this land too.

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  10. So I imagine the old apple-barn of Jim Quilleran in the cat-kriminal books of Lilian Jackson Braun...

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  11. Wonder if any barn owls nest in there?

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  12. I bet this barn was something when it was first built! Love the trees around it.

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  13. The sagging rusty roof would seem to indicate this barn has been there for a while.

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  14. I never saw pretty land like that when I came through the bottoms. That barn saw some fine days.

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  15. Somewhere I have a shot that is so similar to this that it is not even funny! Mine was taken on a wet, rainy day though.

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  16. Lovely building. It looks so old but the fencing looks modern. Such juxtaposition!

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  17. Love that with all of the trees!

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  18. Indeed that is a large barn. No doubt had a lot of live stock. Could really be fixed into a nice place.

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  19. great find...love the rusty roof.

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  20. Love how you've captured these bare trees!

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  21. I would love to experience this and know its history. Great post.
    Yes, I am still healing from the broken, displaced ribs. It takes months to heal, I am told. Slow...

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  22. Are those pecan trees? What a huge barn!

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  23. Lots of trees around that old barn! And that fence, nice tight wire.. it looks new.

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  24. Love the tall trees as well as the lovely barn

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  25. A great shot of what must once have been a majestic barn.

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  26. Interesting building! Is it still used ?
    Thanks for your visit. Have a great week.
    Wil, ABCW Team.

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  27. Making a good photo and the result looks perfect

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  28. What a large barn , bet it could tell lots of stories from the past Terri.

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  29. Extra cool barn, but the setting is dramatically beautiful too!

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  30. Are my eyes seeing things....do you still have green grass!!?? Love the old saggy roofed barn!!

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    1. Looks like a bit of green under those trees- probably over fertilized by the cows! The only green I have at my house is clover!

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  31. Very nice photo Terri. I love coming across these old places. If only walls could talk :)

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  32. One shady barn! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  33. ohhh it looks like it needs some tlc. and there's that cool fence again!!!

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  34. I like this. I'd like to wander around there. :)

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  35. Nice old barn and those trees are pretty wonderful too.

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  36. Love that big grove of trees! Very cool!

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  37. very cool! I bet it will be pretty in spring. :) too bad that the barn isn't getting repaired and utilized.

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  38. Magnificent...the composition couldn't be more perfect.

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  39. you could share this with texwisgirl!!!

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  40. Love all those trees! Thanks for linking this week! Hope to see you again.

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  41. I wonder if they built the barn first, or planted the trees first? It makes a great scene with all those trees in the front!

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  42. Awesome Barn Shot!!! Pecan Orchard????

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  43. The fence looks nice and sturdy and so do the trees. The barn may be needing some TLC soon

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  44. Wonderful photo, Terri. I am returning after a long break. Mildred

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