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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Old home stead

Click on photos for better details on the barn and houseThe road towards home last Sunday's drive. I say this has been around for awhile. Oh if they could only talk, what would they tell us about there family that lived there?

16 comments:

Luke Wiley said...

I bet these house have a long and interesting history! very nice shots!
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Shionge said...

I have no idea at all but I can feel the buzz of yester years when the barn were kept busy

RuneE said...

I have read some reports (most notably to me National Geographic about the flight from the countryside in the US. It is happening all over the world, but it is sad never the less.

dot said...

My kind of pictures. Great shots Lilli!

DeeMom said...

fascinating structures

Dick said...

Yes who knows what they would tell us. Nice pictures of those barns, I like the tree too.

smilnsigh said...

So sad to see them just wasting away...

GAWO said...

I think the family had a lot of fun but also a lot of hard work.
Very nice pictures.

Andrea said...

I love old barns and houses. Great capture of these.

What kind of tree is that closest to the fence on the bottom picture? The trunk is interesting.

Oh, the chickens on my blog belong to my neighbor and they furnish us with fresh eggs.

david mcmahon said...

My thoughts exactly ... our minds work the same way!

Donna said...

Geez, how I'd Love to snoop and dig around that place!!lolol...have a fun one!!hughugs

Lilli & Nevada said...

Andrea,
That is a Juniper tree. Lots of those around here

carolr said...

I like your blog, your cats, and your idea of traveling around the USA. Aren't Sundays great for driving around? I think I will take my camera next time I go.

Old Wom Tigley said...

When I see old forgotten buildings such as housed a family I do feel a sadness. The old walls would have echoed to all the fun and laughter.. and like most family's it would have known their sad times as well. To be able to touch those boards and gleam their knowledge would be a wonderous thing...
Tom

madretz said...

Hee! I also love taking photos of old rundown structures and wonder about their history. :)

RAMOSFOREST.ENVIRONMENT said...

I like them very much.
Good shots.