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Monday, August 12, 2013

This Old Barn


Between Prineville and John Day Oregon

I believe there was a fire nearby at the time judging by the smoke in the background 
but I cannot recall as this was taken 2 years ago


That wood would be great for an interior wall like a den.


I just might wind up in that area again rather than the original Fall Colors Tour I had planned.






11 comments:

  1. Great looking old buildings - the place wont look the same when they finally give up the ghost.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  2. I read your post about the planned tour to the fall colours. It is a dilemma indeed what to do. Times are realy uncertain and I can understand your hesitation. We made the tour a few years ago by car from Boston to the north and it was awesome. I always had wanted to see those indian summer colours and they are truly that red as in the pictures!

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  3. great images; I'm sure there's lot to see around that area that is very photographic for your new travels John

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  4. Beautiful! The first pic with the hill full of trees and the old buildings is just wonderful.

    I have thought a lot about the statements you made re the economy. Very scary to me because I live on Social Security, I'm OK with what I get now, but any less would be a nightmare!

    Jo

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  5. Hi John... Wow I love it, what is it about old buildings that just say's take my picture ; }!!
    What a great framed pic on the wall it would be, "at my house" : }}}

    Or the boards for an interiors wall !!
    Grace

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  6. Beautiful. Love old barns. Yes it does look a little smoky.

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  7. I like the lines of this barn plus the fact that it's unpainted.

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  8. My phone rng so I forgot to add, yes, be sure to check this area out again in the fall.

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  9. Loved this images! I think I could travel there just with my imagination.
    Nice blog, I invite you to visit mine whenever you can :)

    Hugs,
    arbol-de-amor.blogspot.com.ar

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