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Morning, great picture, good dogs, well 3 good dogs, Blessings Francine.
I would love to have that in my yard.
poor dog number 4 ;)
Poor Dog Number four! I grew up around smoke houses but not quite as large as this one...this is a lovely photo!
I absolutely love visiting here and seeing the old buildings, barns, etc. that you find. Makes my day! BTW...this one great!
Great photo of rustic building filled with character, texture ~ carol, xxxps. last month my yorkie got all filled with 'huckle bucks' as we call them ~ not fun !
love that shot....silly dogs....there is always one that has to be different..
Oh wow, love it! It's just perfect. And I love your blog banner, too! I want to live wherever that is :)
Nice photo!Greetings from Holland, RW & SK
Love this old smokehouse!
It made for a beautiful shot.
UGH burrs...our setter gets them in his feathering! I dust them with cornstarch and comb them out. So far that works really well.
oh, too funny! i have to peel cockleburs out of my horses' manes and tails now and then. ouch!
I guess three out of fours not bad lol. Have a great day!
LOVE old buildings...no matter what they are or what they are covered in...beautiful pic! Not saying the same for the poor doggie...Blessings~~~Roxie
HI Number four I assume is still in training!!! Love the shed.
I was wondering why there was that little brick chimney.. a smokehouse.. cool!
I'm thankful for your blog. Will you feature all four dogs sometime? Maybe you have and I missed them.
Lol. Maybe dog #4 will lean soon?Lovely photo!
Cool!!! My husband would like a little smoke house like that....
The dog can't find any burrs because the horse and steers grab them all.
I would never have guessed this was a smoke house but then the bricks should have given it away! Lovely!
Love seeing the smoke house.Not sure if I should be sad for dog number 4 or for the person that take the burrs off him .lol
Who got the cockle burrs off the dog? What a job that must have been.
Dog #4 doesn't know better, you made me chuckle... love that broken chimney... I've never seen a portion still clinging to the top and yet the bottom portion is gone... Thank you for coming by to share on Rurality Blog Hop #40!
Where do I sign up for the smoked ham?
Wish I had a smoke house! Four dogs - I know that feeling. Mine rolled in something dead. Needs a bath. xo
Made me chuckle about that dog! Nice photo to boot♫♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/out-the-window/
I do love smoke houses, but I live in town and in the wrong country! My granddad had one of these, though...
Not familiar with smoke houses, must not be common in this part of the country or I have just been missing out.
Love this shot...and love the comment about the dogs.