Monday, October 8, 2012

Barn Charm


I found this barn last week while on a little drive through the countryside.  I couldn't decide which angle of the barn I liked best, so I'll just show all of them!

Tuesday is the day I usually post my barn photo for Barn Charm, but since I'm a bit under the weather with my first "bug" of this season, I decided to post early.  If I'm like my family, who have already had this bug, I'll more than likely get worse before I get better.  I hope to be able to see the other barns this week, but if not, you know why.

 Linking to Tricia's  Barn Charm.

Until next time...

38 comments:

  1. I hope you feel better! Love your barn photos!

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  2. Hi Cheryl, love the great old barn, now that's charm,love it. Hope you feel better, Blessings Francine.

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  3. gorgeous barn. sure hope you feel better soon. i know with the weather changing a lot of folks will be having issues with colds & such. take care of yourself. big hugs. (:

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  4. Hi Cheryl! Hope you are curled up on the couch this Missouri afternoon with a blankie and one or two kitties and a good book, magazine or your puter and that you are feeling better not worse! I love this barn! The old untreated wood with the rust roof is my favorite kind.. :) I really like the top right shot. You cracked me up this morning with your comment about food and Branson, it still cracks me up.. :) I am the moocher of CH's plate! Take care of yourself! If I was closer Ida bring you chicken and noodles.. :)

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  5. Very pretty and I like the color of this barn.

    Kim,USA

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  6. I sure hope you feel better soon! You're too sweet to be sick! I thought about you on our trip every time I saw a neat barn! But we drove by them too quickly. We are in the mountains of NC now though so I'll take some photos of the ones I see here! Get well soon! Hugs!

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  7. Feel Better! I like the barn.

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  8. i'm sorry you're getting sick!

    i like the roof of this barn a lot. the 'one-eyed' wink is interesting, too. :)

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  9. The barns shaped like that always look like they have a face to me - do they you? See the two eyes?

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  10. I love the shape of this one...sure hope you don't get sick - and if you insist on getting that bug, that you get rid of it quickly!

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  11. This one really does hold a lot of charm for me...

    Hope you feel better soon!

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  12. Lovely photos. Hope you feel better soon

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  13. The one you chose for your largest photo is a superb angle. The other that I like is the one with the barn rising from the shrubbery. Sorry that you're under the weather. Lie low and feel better soon.

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  14. Well....I hope it's the first and last bug, feel better soon!

    It's a beautiful barn, what I think of when I think about a barn. Great shape and an awesome roof. Thanks for sharing all the different angles!

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  15. Glad you showed all angles of this one. I like them all.
    Get better soon!

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  16. I do hope you will get better quickly. I am down and out with a knee injury; I will find out tomorrow how bad. Meanwhile, I am stuck in a chair with my leg propped up and ice on it.
    I love this barn picture. I tend to like the really old ones. This is one of my favorites.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  17. Oh darn it, I wish you hadn't got a bug. I hope it doesn't get to bad. The barn is wonderful! Get well girlfriend!

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  18. Great barn - love the vines. Hope you feel better!

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  19. Lovely mosaic! I like that you showed us all the angles.
    Love that one green shutter.
    Hope you feel better soon Cheryl.

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  20. Barns are so dear to my heart.

    Get well soon!!!

    T

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  21. love this one...hope you aren't down too long with it! get well quick!

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  22. Now, THAT is a barn!!!

    So sorry you are sick! -sigh-

    Please don't worry about blogging. Please only worry about getting enough rest, so your bod can fight off this 'nasty.'

    "Auntie"

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  23. hope that bug flies away soon, all of the barn shots are great, lots of charm

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  24. Hope you are feeling better today Cheryl!

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  25. Hopefully you squished the bug before it squished you! Love this barn. Feel better soon!

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  26. Great Barn! Hope you're feeling better!

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  27. Dear Cheryl, These are beautiful and serene looking buildings. It is beautiful countryside.
    I am new to your blog and am following it. I hope that you will visit my blog too. Thank you and blessings, Catherine xo

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  28. Good barn photos, Cheryl... I like seeing the barn from different angles. Thanks!

    Cold here this week... We've had a fire in the fireplace all week... LOVE it.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  29. I like the way you displayed the different views! It's a cool barn from all sides.

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  30. That is charming....gray and rust...two great colors and together it is art. I wonder what the farmer would say to my comment? Hard work'n barn!?

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  31. What a beauty! Hope the "bug" doesn't hit you too hard!

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  32. Dog-gone bugs... they're such a pain in rumpus! I do hope it doesn't get worse & just suddenly gets better =)

    BEAUTIFUL OLE BARN! I seriously love that rusty roof & the weathered barn boards & every single angle you've shot... they're beautiful - I'd recommend framing this collage & hanging it on the wall =)

    Happy Barn Charmin =)

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  33. I like the very rusty roof and the lines in the weathered wood. :) Nice photos Cheryl! Hope you don't get sick!

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  34. Hope you feel better soon. I love the old barns and the sense of history that they have.

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  35. The roof is awesome! I hope you don't get sick!

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  36. Beautiful photos of this barn. It looks like it is winking with that upper window covered up. :)

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  37. Feel better! I love the shot of the barn peeking over the trees!

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