The Barn Life



Back in the land of barns this Sunday morning.  No more beaches, umbrellas, or sand between my toes.  Though, I did bring home a couple of sand spurs.  

Not the kind of souvenir I prefer.  

Coming back north I certainly didn't leave the heat behind.  Our outside temps seem to be at the melting point each day.  The perfect excuse to stay inside and label all of my student's supplies.  

One more week of summer vacation for me.  


Linking up with Tom and The Barn Collective.  



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  1. Nice barn!
    Have a great day!
    Lea

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  2. Nice long barn sitting what looks like to be a cornfield. I think
    MB

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    1. It is corn. That and soybeans are popular here since tobacco has taken a back seat.

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  3. Only one more week? No fair! Glad you got a beachy vacay before you head back to the coal mines. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  4. Enjoy your final week of vacation.
    I start back the following week.
    Hot as blazes here.

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  5. Oh Michelle, I can't believe your summer is about over and back to school, though I did see school supplies in the stores, a sore sight for kids everywhere. At least, you can't do much in the heat so might as well stay indoors. Summer must be even more precious to you since it is shorter.

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    1. Donna, I live in a county that is one that goes back to school the earliest. Teacher are back at it, (for school workshops, etc..) the last week of July. Students come back the first week of August.

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  6. a lovely barn. yes it seems to be hot everywhere. I waiting on winter.

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    1. Felicia, I will confess that I love a good snow day with a fire in the wood stove! Most people love summer! lol

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  7. I saw many barns behind corn this weekend, some corn doing well and some rolling up because of the lack of rain. Thanks Michelle for joining The Barn Collection this week. Please stop back again.

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  8. I've never heard of sand spurs! Had to look them up! Ouch!

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  9. I, too, love a cold winter day and fire in the fireplace..

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  10. Evening Michelle, always enjoy a great barn, love the picture.Blessings Francine.

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  11. A good-looking barn in the midst of a good crop. Beautiful picture!

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  12. Michelle....This is a gorgeous barn. It is so pretty sitting there in its pristine condition with the lush fields around it. You can tell that this is definitely a barn in use. Nice post. genie

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  13. Wow, that is a short summer vacation for a teacher. I never went back (well, officially.) until the last week if August. Interesting paint on the barn.

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  14. Went to a birthday party yesterday and the heat was slowly dissolving the cake

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  15. OMGosh, I can't believe school is starting for you already! Yikes, we don't start until the first week of Sept. earliest is the last of August! Do your kids get out early then? We get out here the third week of June I think.

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  16. Pretty barn! Wow, summer has just flown by, hasn't it? My daughter goes back the first week of August- she is a school nurse. I hope the temps chill out a bit, but it sounds like we are in for a few more weeks of the 90's. Ugh.

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  17. That's a super sight Michelle, the barn looks in excellent condition and the crop growing well despite the heat.

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  18. Uamerican barns have a grace all of their own. Uk barns are fat and more utilitarian

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  19. Hard to believe it's almost time for back to school. It's scorching outside this week!

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  20. I hope you have had a beautiful summer. I always enjoy your photos.

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