It snowed on Thanksgiving Day at my daughter's. She has many beautiful green pine trees around her yard. It is hard to see the green of the trees with the snow coming down so hard. It was pretty. We didn't get any at my place and I'm sure her's was gone in a couple of days.
It was a very busy Thanksgiving and weekend. I was on the go for 4 days and today I am trying to catch up and rest up. Sorry I haven't gotten around to visit much but will try to catch up in the next few days.
This beauty of a barn is located on a farm site and has been in the same family for about 100 years. The family that lives here does not farm the land but they do a beautiful job of keeping up the place.
These pictures were taken a couple of weeks ago. I love the shadows of the trees on the side of the barn and the silo.
On my back roads tour last week I found this abandoned farm place. Once upon a time I'm sure it was a well loved place. Oh, the stories it could tell. I really hate seeing this places going to ruin, but they do provide great photo ops.
I had to look back in my archives to find some watery pictures for Watery Wednesday. These pictures were taken in October 2008 during my vacation to Jackson Hole and the Grand Teton Mountains in Wyoming.
Ok, I know Halloween is over. But my friend, Sue, and I went to a table setting luncheon on Saturday. There were 20 tables settings created either by individuals or groups. They were all fun and creative. There were two set up with Halloween decor and I will show those today.
Saturday was a gorgeous day with temps getting up to 70. Saturday night we had a thunderstorm and rain. Woke up to 20 degrees Sunday morning and we had snow showers last night. But last Thursday was a beautiful day when I was out and about and came upon this barn and old shed.