Grandma Barb’s This and That
wow, each building is almost covered in overgrowth. it is pretty, still.
I hate places going to ruin too, but yet they show so much character! Great pictures!
It may well be beyond rescue, but what a life it once had!
...I always wonder who lived in run down places. It was "home" to someone....
It seems all the blogs I visit, everybody is showing abandoned barns etc. Isn't it sad? I would love to fix one up and live there!Laurie
What neat buildings you've found!
Following from the Rural Thursday Blog Hop. Great site!
Oh wow, I love the house in that first photo! If only I could fix it up.
I bet there are lots of memories in those old buildings. Great shots!
The straw in the window is an interesting photo. I love seeing your bright sun. It has been so dark, cloudy, and gloomy here for days I fear I shall be on an antidepressant by Christmas. xo, olive
oh these are all so beautiful, and sad that they have been forgotten :(
What a find! Sad to see it in its abandonment but they are lovely photos.
Excellent pictures. I wishe I was a wee birdie on your shoulder and could see in life. As you walk and take.
It's obviously been abandoned for a while judging by the overgrowth. It makes me wonder just how old that place is. Gorgeous photos!
stories ... indeed Barb. That first photograph especially is a charmer
Beautiful shots but I'm with you on this; I hate seeing places just left to rot away.
Great shots! If only those walls could talk.
You always have great photos, Barb!
One can't help but wonder what happened to the folks who once made this their home.
I bet the local wildlife loves it too! Great shots, Barbs.
Oh I know what you mean about the photo ops...we have an abundance of these old run-down, neglected places around here too. You certainly grabbed some great shots of your "photo-op".
Can't you just imagine the stories that could be told about a home that old? My imagination goes wild!Judy
It really takes you back in time to see old buildings like this. I always start wondering who lived there and what their lives were like! I loved your barn this week, too! You are a good photographer!
These are really beautiful pictures. I like to think that places like these are filled with treasures. But it is a shame that someone couldn't take care of it or pass it to someone in their family.
I know what you mean. I can wonder about the lives lived in these homes and hope they were happy ones. I hope all is well with you too.
Barb, these are great captures. It is kind of sad to see them abandoned. Wishing you a very happy weekend!
Dearest Barb,Oh, abandoned farm house; with your picture, they are still radiating the beauty and the liveliness of old days♡♡♡Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
LOVE this place!!! What i wouldn't do to get my hands on these old beauties! So sad to see them fall apart.So happy to hear from you, and I'm glad you're doing well. Huge hugs~Lisa xo
Barb, i saw this yesterday while at a dental appointment (not me, husband) and i read my bloggers and now found i haven't commented yet. now these homes, oh my gawsh, they have a story to tell. my!, if walls could talk........i love old structures. they send my mind a reeling in wild events, calm moments and a party or a hayride once occurred. thanks! Barb.
Oh my goodness! These are absolutely gorgeous. I agree sad to see them run down, but they are still beautiful. I bet it was stunning when it was new.
Wow! Beautiful photos! The last one is fantastic! Love old homes like this!Sending Thanksgiving Blessings to Ya!Dru
I love old places like this! They are sad, but also make one connect to the history they represent.
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