Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Old Barn

I saw this old barn in my Tennessee travels. I think the vines are what's holding it together.



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22 comments:

  1. I love this barn photo! Thanks for visiting and commenting. I'm glad you joined Barn Charm today. Have a great week! Pamela

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  2. Love the barn! It looks old and wise.

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  3. I think your're right about the barn and the vines holding it together. Old barnes will soon be a thing of the past. So many of them are gone. Thank you for sharing.
    Pat

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    1. It's a sad thought to think that soon the old barns will be gone or to even be extinct...
      :(
      Brenda

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  4. what a great barn. love the wood work. oh, TN is such a beautiful state. (:

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    1. Thank you, Beth, for coming to visit. TN is a wonderful state.
      I hope you will drop by again.
      Brenda

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  5. The logs in the front make this really interesting!

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  6. That is great! I think you might be right about the vines holding it together. :-)

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  7. Beautiful scene.

    Regards and best wishes

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  8. this is a great old rustic barn!

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  9. Oh, wow, another I really wish I knew the history...so glad you posted it. I Love seeing old, old barns.

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  10. Welcome to Barn Charm!

    You might be right about the vines, but, WoW, what a beauty! Love the logs & the front door! Cool find!

    Thanks so much for joining in & linking up to this week's Barn Charm =)

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  11. HI Brenda, When I saw that barn picture, I thought it looked like it was in TENNESSEE rather than Texas.... Great pictures.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Tennessee sure has their own style, don't they Betsy?!!
      Thanks for coming by. I am so happy that you and George have such a great time!!
      Hugs to you, too.
      Brenda

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  12. What a gorgous old thing! I love the combination of the horizontal logs and the vertical boards. The vines are especially pretty...such a great capture!

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  13. We have a lot of old barns here in the Eastern part of Texas like this. I think you're right about the vines holding the barn upright, but eventually they will tear it down. Vines tend to become really invasive. I've seen some old houses and barns that are eventually just taken over by the vines and they soon disappear.

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  14. I think you're right about the vines holding this barn together, bit it is charming nonetheless.

    Thanks for visiting my site and for the birthday wishes.

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  15. it looks beautiful! and the vines makes it perfect. beautifully captured too!

    Love,
    susan

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  16. Qui ne rêverait pas d'avoir des souvenirs dans cette superbe maison de bois marquée par es ans ?

    Roger

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    1. C'est une vieille grange FABULEUSE que je suis sûr a vu quelques jours merveilleux ! Merci pour votre commentaire merveilleux. Brenda

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  17. Hello bRENDA,
    It is nice such picture. I loved it.
    Regards from Brazil:
    Geraldo

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    1. Hello, Geraldo. It is good to hear from Brazil!
      Now I will pop over and pay you a visit.
      Thanks for coming by.
      Brenda

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