Two years ago a small barn stood here, but it was in disrepair. As you can see, it is now gone but the cows seem quite contented to be grazing there. This farm is right down the road from the pond on Turkey Hill I posted a few days ago. I did have some pictures of the structure while it was still standing, but when my computer went cafluie a while back they ended up somewhere in thousands of pictures all out of place and in one jumbled mess.
Here is the other barn the way it looked the day I shot the pictures of the one on the ground.
This is the way it looks now...and it appears to be being used for storage. I think it looks a bit worse that it did back then I shot the other picture. You cannot tell from this, but the old barn was directly off to the left from this one...on the left of that little dirt roadway up to the present barn complex. The old homeplace sat in the middle of the two barns. Sorry I could not get better shots of the newer structure, but it was way too far back up that hill for me to get any nearer than the road. I am thinking that the people who own or rent the farm live somewhere else because I have not been able to see any sort of structure resembling a house.
This is the old homeplace which is now boarded up and windowless in places. At one time it was definitely a fine old wooden someplace with a fine chimney. The long building at the top of the picture is where the equipment is housed and they is hay up there, too. It is a much newer structure as you can tell.
All of these photos are SOOC.
This post is linked with Tricia’s Barn Charm.