Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for wandering, country roads with unknown destinations.  For me there is nothing better than whiling away an hour, or two, on a country road with old farms, Amish buggies, and scenic views.  

I came across this building and first thought it might be an old schoolhouse.  Its long, narrow form didn't make me think it was a house.  Yet, the front view does give it the look of a residence....of long ago.  







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  1. Hello, pretty rural and fence scene. I like to ride around the back roads too, always something great to see. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  2. The tree in front of the building is really cool! Lovely shot!

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    1. Christine, I was so focused on the house, I barely noticed the shape of the trees. They are pretty cool!

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  3. Thank goodness there are still back roads to wander!

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    1. I feel the same way! Have a great weekend, Terri!

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  4. Beautiful! And I love all the images in your header as well.

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  5. Love this picture! A lovely house too, interesting really...
    Enjoy your day!
    Titti

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  6. Whatever it is...it sure is pretty.

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  7. Does make one curious about the story behind such buildings as this. One may never know so have to imagine.....

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    1. Karen, the imagining is always better, I think!

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  8. So many treasures to be discovered down country roads. Have a lovely day.

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  9. Wonderful things to be grateful for! Such a lovely setting for this pretty old building.

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  10. i understand the Amish don't like pics, but i tell ya they sure do have awesome views, we just have to remember those views. Merry Christmas & a happy happy day! ( :

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  11. Great pics! Have a wonderful Friday!

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  12. I spent several days in Amish country in Ohio and absolutely loved seeing the horse drawn carriages and the beautiful white tidy farms. I was able to sneak some real neat photos of the people... :-) Love that structure.. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  13. I love having a bit of time to relax and take a slow drive down country roads...

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  14. The scene looks so lonely. Count me in as another person that likes wander looking for interesting things to photograph.

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  15. "Wiling away an hour." Hmmm. I would have thought it is "whiling," but that dastardly autocorrect didn't correct it. So, what do you think the origin ("etymology" for the language fans) of that word is?

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    1. Jack it is actually, "whiling". Obviously I have become entirely too dependent on autocorrect.

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